Leaked renders might have revealed just what Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S11 Plus smartphone will look like, as well as some features specific to the device.

Renders belonging to what is believed to be Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S11 Plus smartphone have been leaked, giving readers a glimpse at what is to come once the Korean giant's device hits the market. The renders have been leaked by noted @OnLeaks in partnership with Cashkaro.

The leaked renders reveal that the Galaxy S11 Plus will have features separating it from its predecessors, including Samsung's current flagship, the Galaxy S10 Plus.

First, the device is expected to feature a 6.9-inch curved Dynamic AMOLED display. This display will have less curvature compared to the one on the Galaxy S10. The device is expected to have an in-display fingerprint reader.

Next, the device will have a punch hole located at the center similar to the one on the Galaxy Note 10 series and not like the one on the Galaxy S10 series, where the punch hole is located at the top-right side of the display. The renders do not reveal what kind of camera the punch hole will house, but it does reveal that the device will only have one selfie camera.

At the back of the device sits a huge camera module that houses five cameras, two tiny sensors and an LED flash. One of the sensors is believed to have laser autofocus. One of the cameras, on the other hand, is believed to be the whopping 108MP ISOCELL camera Samsung developed and first launched with Xiaomi's recently unveiled Mi Note 10.

If Samsung does equip the Galaxy S11 Plus with the largest smartphone camera to date, users will be able to use it to take richly-detailed photos in QHD+ resolution, as well as to record videos in 8K resolution.

Next, the renders reveal that the Galaxy S11 Plus will have thinner bezels. Cashkaro noted that the device, which has a metal frame, will likely measure 166.9 x 76 x 8.8 mm, the thickness of which jumps to 10.2 mm at the camera bump.

Lastly, the renders also show that the Galaxy S11 Plus will have buttons for power and volume control at the right-hand side. A Type-C charging port is also located at the bottom of the phone. There's no 3.5mm headphone port in sight.

Samsung hasn't announced anything about the upcoming Galaxy S11 series of devices. Rumors, however, point to a release early next year. Stay tuned for more updates as they come.

Samsung-galaxy-s10-plus New leaks revealing more details about the Samsung Galaxy S11 have appeared. Photo: TGspot/Wikimedia Creative Commons