Evan Blass has told us in a tweet that the upcoming lineup of Samsung‘s S-series is getting bigger. The Samsung Galaxy S11e is about 6.2 to 6.4 inches (S10e: 5.8 inches), the Samsung Galaxy S11 6.7 inches (S10: 6.1 inches), and the Samsung Galaxy S11 + 6, 9 inches (S10 +: 6.4 inches).
I have guessed the names because we do not know if Samsung will stick to it. The “smaller” models are to come as 4G and 5G versions on the market, the largest S11 you get only with 5G. So a Samsung Galaxy S11 5G will be eliminated next year and we will stay with three devices.
Blass also says there will not be a flat version on the S11e, where Samsung will also turn the display next year. The models are scheduled for mid to late February, but that’s no surprise. Presumably, we will soon see the first render images of OnLeaks.
To be honest, I was afraid of that, because there were first leaks that talked about a bigger battery and I already guessed that bigger models could come with it. This is partly a very big step, the normal S11 will be almost as big as the 10+ mark.
I somehow had the hope that flagship soon smaller again and not that models like the S10e are also larger. Especially: 6.9 inches are already a house number and with the new 20: 9 aspect ratio is a damn long smartphone (or is that a mini-tablet?).
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