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Galaxy S11 renders point to Note 10-like design, more cameras

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The Galaxy S11 as imagined by OnLeaks.

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Samsung usually doesn't announce its next Galaxy S phones until closer to the spring, but that hasn't stopped rumors and leaks about what will be in the next-gen Galaxy S11 or what it will look like. Thanks to a new set of renders, we may now have our first look at what the latest Galaxy will offer.

Created by noted leaker @OnLeaks and 91Mobiles, the renders show Samsung's rumored updates for the new model, including a Note 10-like centered front hole-punch camera, thinner bezels around the display and a new rear camera array that will feature a 108-megapixel sensor. 

Specs for the S11 are expected to include Qualcomm's rumored upcoming Snapdragon 865 processor, an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor and run on Android 10 with the latest iteration of Samsung's One UI.

As with the S10, three models are expected, with displays ranging from around 6.3 or 6.4 inches on the S11E to 6.7 inches on the S11 and 6.9 inches on the S11 Plus and Pro. Previous rumors have suggested that the S11 will have a 120Hz display, keeping up with the improved refresh rates on rival phones from Google and OnePlus

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How the back of the Galaxy S11 is said to look.

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The phones are said to be coming in both 4G and 5G options and will have up to five rear cameras. Beyond that 108-megapixel lens, the phone is expected to be capable of 5x optical zoom and have features similar to Apple's Deep Fusion on the iPhone 11 Pro. According to SamMobile, Samsung may introduce the Galaxy S11 on Feb. 18 next year. 

Samsung said the company doesn't "comment on rumors or speculation."