The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 series will reportedly feature larger screens and a new camera lens of 108MP, as per reputed tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) whose Twitter post dated November 11, 2019, reveals as such. As indicated by the other famous tipster Ben Geskin in a tweet, this lineup will come in 3 versions – the Samsung Galaxy S11, the Galaxy S11e, and the Galaxy S11 Plus, much like the names of the previous Galaxy S10 series.

Concept designer Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) in a Twitter post dated November 11, 2019, revealed HD renders of the upcoming Galaxy S11 series.

These versions will feature a screen display of 6.7 inches, 6.4 inches, and 6.9 inches, respectively, with a curved display and a front camera lens situated in the middle.

The Galaxy S11 series is expected to have a 108 MP camera which may produce high-quality images because it captures images on extremely small pixels and uses pixel-binning (combining multiple pixels) to produce a high-resolution photo, which is expected to contribute to lesser light sensitivity. Moreover, Samsung’s ISOCELL sensor in the 108MP camera would come with a design that prevents light bleeding into adjacent pixels.

The Galaxy S11 series is also said to largely feature Panasonic’s flagship 865 processor, even though Samsung plans to include its own Exynos 9830 processor in some models.

The expected date of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S11 series is February 2020.