It seems that Samsung has decided to prepare 5 variants of the Galaxy S11 for 2020. At the last verification, a debut was rumored on February 18th. Samsung Galaxy S11 + will be the flagship central and will have 5G support as standard, without a separate version. It is unclear how many rooms it will have on board, but we know it would include a gigantic 6.9-inch screen, curved at the edges.
As an idea, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G reached 6.7 inches in diagonal. The phone may also be longer after the Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 so it can reach such a large diagonal. There have also been rumors about support for refresh rates of 90 or 120 Hz. How about Samsung Galaxy S11, he will be available in a 4G variant and 5G one. Here the screen is 6.7 inches and the edges are curved again.
Samsung Galaxy S11e he is also in the books, going to compete with iPhone 11 in price and size. Here, however, it goes to a larger diagonal, so from 5.8 inches of S10e it reaches 6.2 inches or 6.4 inches (not sure yet). In addition, if the S10e had a flat screen, the S11e comes with a curved one. It amazes me to find out that this more accessible model will also have a 4G and a 5G variant.
It is now being discussed internally and about only launching 5G models in markets that already have functional networks, keeping them on 4G where 5G services are not yet widespread. Last week I learned that Samsung wants to bring one "Space Zoom" on new phones, switching to 5X optical zoom probably. I also found out what capacity his battery could have Samsung Galaxy S11 + namely an impressive 5000 mAh.