According to reliable leaker of all things mobile, @evleaks, the Galaxy S11 will come in three screen sizes — 6.2 or 6.4 (Blass isn’t sure), 6.7 and 6.9 inches. That’s a very big increase compared to this year’s Galaxy S10, which is available in 6.1 inches (Galaxy S10), 6.4 (Galaxy S10+) and 6.7 inches (Galaxy S10 5G), and that’s if we don’t count the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10e.
It’s unclear how the new models will be named, but Blass says all three will be available in 5G and LTE variants, with the largest model only coming with 5G. This would mean the total lineup would consist of five models total, making it the biggest launch for Samsung’s Galaxy series yet.
According to Blass, all five phones will have curve-edge displays, and that they’ll launch in mid-to-late February (likely a week before the Mobile World Congress, which kicks off on Feb. 24 this year).