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We’re just months away from the official Samsung Galaxy S11 reveal at the end of February in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2020, but OnLeaks has managed to put together a convincing render of the device based on current leaks. Despite looking similar to the Note 10 with a bezel-less display and a single front-facing camera, the rear features a five camera sensor setup, one of which could be the rumored 108-megapixel sensor Samsung is working on now, along with support for 8K video recording. Read more for another picture and additional information.
As for power, it’s speculated to be using the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, and have a 120Hz refresh rate display. We should also see microSD support, various storage options and a RAM boost for the flagship devices. One feature it might include is 3D facial recognition that works similar to Apple’s Face ID.