Samsung is likely to unveil the Galaxy S11 and S11+ at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), which is scheduled for February 18, 2020.
The 2020 line-up is expected to reflect the current one, report sources, with three variants (6.3, 6.7, and 6.9-inches), with 5G features planned for all.
A recent report further suggests that a Penta-Camera setup will power Samsung Galaxy S11 and S11+. Its five cameras, among which a 108MP primary, Bright Night Camera (for low light), 5x telephoto lens, and a ToF Sensor. There are no updates on what the fifth one could be (possibly a wide-angle lens), but then again, it is still unknown.
It is further expected that there will be a smaller punch-hole on display, which is tipped to be Dynamic OLED with 90Hz to 120Hz refresh rate and QHD resolution.
The battery support is likely to increase to 5000 mAh, 4500 mAh, and 4000 mAh for Samsung Galaxy S11+, Galaxy S11, and Galaxy S11e, respectively.
It is designed with a special senor; Samsung has exclusively designed Galaxy S11 Series, and the sensor likely to see on Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 along with a 5x telephoto camera.