The latest rumour regarding the Samsung Galaxy S11 suggests that the front facing camera will be placed within an even smaller hole-punch cutout than the Note 10. 

It's a relatively minor point on a smartphone that's likely to be one of 2020's most impressive devices, but it will mean an improved experience of the screen. 

It goes without saying that having a smaller cutout for the camera means that it becomes less intrusive, and won't block as much of what you have being displayed. 

This information comes via @UniverseIce on Twitter, a leaker with a reliable track record in the mobile world. 

We've already heard that the S11 will come in three different sizes, similar to the Galaxy S10, and that it will have a bigger battery than the S10.

Of course, hole-punch camera cutouts are a temporary measure until mainstream phone manufacturers figure out a way to implement an in-display selfie camera hidden beneath the display panel. 

The aim from most of the smartphone makers is to create an edge-to-edge screen with no intrusion at all. It's why some - like OnePlus and Oppo - have gone for a pop-up camera mechanism rather than have a notch or hole-punch camera at all. 

Samsung's next flagship is expected to launch around its usual timeframe in Spring 2020, kicking off next year's new wave of high end smartphones

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