Alleged Samsung Galaxy S11 Leaks In A Heavy-Duty Case


The alleged Samsung Galaxy S11 has appeared in two real-life images on Weibo. The quality of these images is really poor, though, and the Galaxy S11 is packed inside a heavy-duty case.

The Galaxy S11 design is well hidden thanks to this heavy-duty case

Considering the low quality of these images, and the included heavy-duty case, we can’t really see much of the Galaxy S11 design. One thing is noticeable, though, the odd-looking camera module on the back.

The Galaxy S11 renders surfaced at the end of last month, showing off a similar camera module on the back. We can’t really see if the module is identical, due to the low quality of these images, but it seems to be.


The Galaxy S11 is expected to include five cameras on the back, according to a previous leak. The phone’s main camera is expected to be Samsung’s brand new 108-megapixel camera.

No, it’s not the Bright HMX that Samsung developed in collaboration with Xiaomi. That sensor is already in use in some of Xiaomi’s phones, but will not be included in the Galaxy S11.

The device is rumored to include a brand new 108-megapixel ISOCELL camera sensor

The Galaxy S11 is rumored to include a brand new, custom sensor from Samsung. That sensor will be the same in size, but it is a brand new piece of tech, not a variant of the Bright HMX.


In addition to that, the phone will include two other “regular” cameras, the fourth will be a ToF (Time-of-Flight) sensor, while we don’t really have any info regarding the last one.

Today’s leak doesn’t really reveal the phone’s design, but those renders that surfaced did. The Galaxy S11 is expected to feature extremely thin bezels, with a centered display camera hole.

The phone’s display will be curved, as will its back side. The Galaxy S11 will be made out of metal and glass, just like its predecessor.


The phone is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2020, along with the Galaxy S11e and Galaxy S11+. A 3.5mm headphone jack will not be included, but stereo speakers are expected.

The device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 865 in the US and China, while the Exynos 990 will fuel the device in most other regions, including Europe, India, and South Korea, amongst others.

A lot more Galaxy S11 information will surfaced in the coming weeks and months. Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S11 series prior to the MWC in Barcelona, which is taking place at the end of February. In addition to the Galaxy S11 series, Samsung may also introduce the Galaxy Fold 2, its second-gen foldable smartphone.