Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 are among the top smartphones of 2019. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10 have been in stores for months. But, rumors are beginning to spin around the Galaxy S11. Most of the investigation right now centers around whether the future phone will give features that Note 10 not offering. As per the Elec, for more reliable review, the Active Area Dimension (AAD) that identifies the fingerprints is projected as much more significant. Also, Samsung first chose fingerprint on display for Galaxy S10. The Active Area Dimension in a couple of smartphones both measures 36 square millimeters wide. According to sources, the following Galaxy S phone, called the Galaxy S11, is expected to be provided with the 64 square millimeters AAD.
As per newly unrevealed design patents, Samsung may be looking to develop its use of flexible display technology to its more mainstream product lines. LetsGoDigital, which has produced some smooth renders based on the design patents. It shows an innovative slider-type phone that could point to a future Galaxy S11 or S12 or Galaxy Note series. According to the SamMobile report, the company will launch the Galaxy S11 in some common color options. The report states that Galaxy S11 would reveal in the ‘Aura’ colors that are available on the Galaxy Note 10 range. Based on new renders created by the Let’s Go Digital team, the Samsung Galaxy S11 could have a screen on both sides. This is expected to take the selfie game to the next level. Samsung’s patent for a dual-screen device initially filed in June 2018. It was only approved by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on 10th September 2019.
Changes in the size of the phone and Galaxy S11 in-display fingerprint reader is impressive. This is because in-display readers have no real guide such as physical reader, i.e., less natural to use. Users will be able to place a finger anywhere in the bottom third of the phone to unlock it. The next-gen smartphone will have an upgraded design, performance enhancement, new battery tech, next-gen memory, and a groundbreaking camera which heavily focus on artificial intelligent (AI).