The S11 will be available in Blue, Gray, and Black color variants, according to him. It's not 100% clear whether this will be in the Galaxy S11, but it seems likely - why put a flagship camera sensor in anything less? At this point, we're presuming they will be called the Galaxy S11e, Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11 Plus.
Famous tech tipster Evan Blass leaked the alleged update through his Twitter account. "These will be available in three different screen sizes; the smallest one measuring either 6.2" or 6.4", the middle on measuring 6.7", and the largest measuring 6.9". The filing includes this description of the technology: "OLED display; smartphone display; monitor; television screen; digital signage; computer screen".
In an additional tweet he made later, Blass went on to add that there is a chance of the Galaxy S11e getting a smaller 6.2-inch panel instead of the 6.4-inch display he had talked about earlier.
All of these models are said to feature curved-edge displays. The Galaxy S10 handsets, in comparison, featured 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.4-inch panels. However, the South Korean company is speculated to unveil the Galaxy S11 models with both 5G and 4G LTE support.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold was never going to compete with any of the traditional flagship smartphones that launched in 2019. Last week, it was reported that Samsung plans to equip a 108MP camera sensor on the Galaxy S11 and offer bigger batteries as compared to the predecessor Galaxy S10 lineup. A display camera hole will probably be included as well, but we don't know if it will be centered at the top of the display, or not. Another report claimed that Samsung has started the development of the software that will be used in the Galaxy S11 handsets.
Following the leak that it'll likely launch on 18 February (below), we're now hearing that the Galaxy S11 will be powered by Qualcomm and Samsung's as-yet-unannounced Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 9830 processors, respectively.