It looks like the smaller display will be either 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch on the Galaxy S11e, which would be a major upgrade over the Galaxy S10e.
All models of the Galaxy S11 will come with curved-edge displays.
- Galaxy S11e could come with a 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch display.
- Galaxy S10 Plus is tipped to get a large 6.7-inch display.
- Two of the Galaxy S11 models will also come in 5G variants.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S11 series in February, which means there is a little over three months to go. That’s plenty of time to get a lot of rumours and reports about what we can expect from Samsung’s next set of flagship devices. Samsung is expected to launch three models in the Galaxy S11 series and a noted tipster this week offered some insight into their screen sizes and how many of them will support 5G.
Tipster Evan Blass tweeted on some preliminary details about the Samsung Galaxy S11 series. He reveals that there will be three screen sizes. If we go by the naming scheme of the Galaxy S10 series, it suggests that the Galaxy S11e will sport either a 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch display, while the Galaxy S11 will offer a 6.7-inch screen. The Galaxy S11 Plus model will naturally offer the biggest display at 6.9 inches.
Blass adds that this time around all models of the Galaxy S11 will come with curved-edge displays. This means that unlike the flat AMOLED screen on the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S11e will get a curved panel. So, not only will Samsung increase the screen size of the Galaxy S11e from 5.8-inch to 6.4-inch, but it will also curve the display to make the phone look more similar to the S11 and S11 Plus.
The Galaxy S10e was lauded for offering a compact design which allowed the phone to stand out from the series because of that. However, if the Galaxy S11e comes with a bigger screen and body, we wonder how Samsung will differentiate the phone from the Galaxy S11 and S11 Plus. With the Galaxy S11 getting a bigger display, rumours about the phone housing a bigger 3,900mAh battery make more sense now.
The tipster adds that only two of the three Galaxy S11 models will get both 5G and LTE variants. Blass hasn’t revealed the exact details yet, but we assume one of them will be the Galaxy S11 Plus. As these are early leaks, it is best to consider them with a pinch of salt until things get clearer.