A first look render of Samsung Galaxy S11 has surfaced online, and the pictures show that there isn’t going to be a significant change from the previous model of the phone in terms of the looks. There will be some changes the fans can expect, like the camera module at the back.

Steve Hemmerstoffer, who is known for leaking the looks of the phones before they are released, has shared the renders of the Samsung Galaxy S11 online in partnership with 91 Mobiles. The leak also revealed some of the features and options buyers can expect from the upcoming flagship.

The most noticeable change in the design of the phone is the hole-punch in the display that has been moved to the center. Samsung has borrowed this look from its Galaxy Note 10 phones. The rest of the look at the front is similar to the S10, but the bezels at the both ends appear to be thinner.

The screen of the Galaxy S11 is expected to be measured between 6.63 and 6.7-inches. The phone is said to measure 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm. Just like the S10, the phone will have a curve on the sides, but the extent of the curve may be lesser than the previous model. The phone will also have a glass back and a metal frame.

The other noticeable change that should be helpful for the users is the location of the volume and power buttons on the side. The area of these two buttons has reportedly been raised in order to make it easier to push them.

The most noticeable change in the phone will be in the camera module. The leaked renders show the module will be located on the top left corner, as opposed to the center of the phone, Business Insider reported. There has been a rumor about one of the cameras in the phone having a 108-megapixel sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy S11 is expected to be released in 2020. The phone will reportedly be offered in three sizes. The S11 and S11e will have 4G and 5G variants whereas the S11+ will be offered in only 5G option.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Samsung is gearing up for the release of its next S series flagship, the Galaxy S8. Albert Gea/Reuters