Little by little are leaking a lot of potential information about Samsung's future top of the line, which will very possibly be called the Galaxy S11, and now it's the design detail. The Ice Universe Account, known for hitting leaks, showed a reference design for the creation of protective films for the display of the South Korean company's future mobile phone.
According to the images, the S11 may come with very thin edges around the entire display, even at the bottom where the handsets usually have a slightly more noticeable edge. At the top was kept a small notch where will be the front camera, with a very small hole and with little edge around it.
In addition to the possible face of the device, the profile of Ice Universe brought a set of leaks related to specifications. The first would be the use of a 108 megapixel sensor, like that of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10, and is called ISOCELL Bright HM1. It would combine 9 pixels to form just one pixel, increasing light capture and generating a final 12MP image.
This sensor would be able to perform an optical zoom of up to 5x, thus helping in photos with different objects.
Samsung will also extend other aspects of the device, literally: the battery will be larger, rising to 4500 mAh in the traditional version and 5000 mAh for the plus model, while the digital player will have an area up to 2x larger than its predecessors, making it easier to unlock with the fingerprint on the screen. The display upgrade could also be higher, operating at 120Hz to make the device more appealing to gaming-minded players and working in tandem with state-of-the-art Exynos and Snapdragon chips.
The next line of the company does not even have an official name, but it is not a very risky guess "kick" that will be called Galaxy S11. According to Ice Universe, the new device could arrive sooner, with launch on February 18.