The Samsung Galaxy S11 series is anticipated to launch in Feb. 2020. We have heard and seen a lot of leaks and speculations surrounding the upcoming flagship series from the Seoul-based tech and electronics giant. Surprisingly, a new set of details recently surfaced, revealing interesting information about the more expensive sibling of the S11, which is the Galaxy S11 Plus.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus will reportedly have a higher level of security feature courtesy of its new sensor. Samsung might equip the forthcoming Galaxy S11 Plus with a second time of flight sensor that will allow the device to feature 3D facial recognition. Considering that this kind of technology entails more than a single front-facing camera, Wccftech believes that the upcoming device will have at least two punch holes.

Earlier reports suggest that Samsung has shortened the pinhole of its next flagship device. The data mined from the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G beta firmware mentions a time of flight sensor-based 3D face recognition technology. Many believe that this technology will be in the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus’ camera specs.

New leaks revealing more details about the Samsung Galaxy S11 have appeared. TGspot/Wikimedia Creative Commons

It was earlier reported that Samsung is sourcing for suppliers of the additional time of flight sensor for its Samsung Galaxy S11 series. With the alleged integration of the second time of flight sensor in the Galaxy S11 Plus, consumers can expect more security from the upcoming S11 series. It is worth noting that the facial recognition system of the Galaxy S10 series is based on the front sensor, which at this point, is far from secure.

Other claims about the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus include one TOF in front and one TOF at the back to presumably raise Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) experiences. The upcoming Galaxy S11 Plus is also rumored to feature 5X optical zoom with a 108 MP sensor that the company collaborated with Xiaomi. Additionally, it is expected to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC.

Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus is expected to sport a waterfall display that wraps around the edges. But, considering that these are just leaks, we suggest taking these details with a pinch of salt and with skepticism.