Recently, a Samsung patent filed with the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) surfaced online. The patent shows an updated punch-hole design which could be for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S-series flagship. The patent hints at a triple sensor front camera for the smartphone. Considering Galaxy S10 features a dual-sensor front camera, the patent is pretty much believable, unlike the triple display smartphone patent.
Following Apple’s footsteps, it is likely that Samsung will ditch the depth sensor we saw in S10+ and replace it with two new sensors for 3D facial recognition. It could also opt for a regular selfie camera with an added depth sensor and an ultra-wide sensor, but the former seems likely.
It is expected that the S11+ will feature a triple sensor front camera while the vanilla S11 will come with a dual-sensor selfie camera. The patent also reveals extremely thin bezels which means the smartphone will feature a high screen to body ratio.
It is to be noted that the patent does not mention that it is for the upcoming S11 lineup. The information in this article is based on speculations.