Now we got a new report that Samsung has patented a new screen brand that they will be utilizing on the Galaxy S11 called SAMOLED.
SAMOLED is actually a combination of Samsung and OLED. This same thing happened when Samsung was making the previous Galaxy S10, they patented Dynamic AMOLED which they used on the phone.
But Dynamic AMOLED display basically is still an OLED screen but with HDR10+ support and 526 ppi which means more sharper and more detailed display.
Since Samsung has changed their mind and refuse to utilize Dynamic AMOLED panel on the Samsung Galaxy S11, it means the SAMOLED panel will be much more sharper and will have a high ppi.
Separately, a leakster on Twitter revealed that the smartphone will be offered in Black, Grey, and Blue colors, while the cheaper and smaller variant, the Galaxy S11e, will come in Blue, Grey, and Pink.
The leakster also said that the Galaxy S10 Lite will be available in Black, Blue, and White, while the Galaxy Note 10 Lite should come in Red, Silver, and Black models.
We are also expecting a new Galaxy bud which will likely debut in black and pink colors.