While the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S11 series is months away, that doesn’t mean the leaks aren’t coming in. One of the latest shows us a 3D video and images of the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus with a domino-like, penta-camera setup on the back.
Steve Hemmerstoffer, also known as @OnLeaks on Twitter, and CashKaro published the collection of Galaxy S11 Plus renders of the front and back of the handset. We’ve previously only seen leaks of the Galaxy S11 series displays.
The new video and images show us a massive rear camera array that reminds us of a rectangular version of the Google Pixel 4‘s rear shooters.
Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus 3D video render
The alleged Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus from all angles
The Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus will reportedly get five camera lenses, two tiny sensors, and a flash (though its placement isn’t confirmed yet). The leakers believe the second sensor on this device will come with laser auto-focus. We can assume that the other sensors could be a telephoto, ultra-wide, and even a time-of-flight or ToF one, too.
As we previously reported, the Samsung flagship is expected to get the same 108-megapixel sensor used in the Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha and Mi CC9 Pro, whose global version is called the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. The primary lens will supposedly get 5x optical zoom as well.
The leakers speculate that the cameras on the Galaxy S11 Plus could take photos in QHD Plus resolution and record videos in 8K.
In front, the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus reminds us of a slightly less boxy Galaxy Note 10. Rumor has it the phone will get a new 6.9-inch 120Hz SAMOLED screen with a little punch-hole in the middle for the front camera.
The phone’s dimensions are said to be roughly around 166.9 x 76 x 8.8mm or 10.2mm if you include the rear camera bump. The power button and volume rocker are on the right side of the device, while the bottom houses the USB-C port and speakers. And as with Samsung flagships of late, there is no 3.5mm headphone jack.
We do have to remind you that these materials have to be taken with a healthy dose of skepticism. We wouldn’t get confirmation until Samsung announces anything. The Galaxy S11 series is expected to launch around February, so that that wait might be a while. Unless Samsung decides to pull a Google and leak the design ahead of time as it did with the Pixel 4.
One thing we do know now is that manufacturers don’t seem to be afraid to sacrifice looks for functionality. And when Android phone makers mocked Apple for the iPhone’s recent design changes surrounding its cameras, it looks like they weren’t far off from taking their spin on things, too.
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