Samsung Galaxy S11 renders reveal rectangular main camera setup
Samsung is still months away from showing us the Galaxy S11, but leakers come to the rescue and the first CAD renders are now out. The first and most surprising feature is the camera setup on the back - it appears to have plenty of sensors in a rectangular setup, similar to what the Galaxy M30s currently offers.
The selfie camera will also change positions - it will move to the middle , just like in the Galaxy Note10 phones.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 is expected to have a 6.7” screen with, while the compact Galaxy S11e will pack a 6.4” display. We also expect to see Galaxy S11+ with a 6.9” diagonal, and the leaksters say all three will have 5G variants (it will be the standard in the Plus-sized phone).
The rectangular setup will house four of five shooters, but OnLeaks and its partnering media playing the guessing game on what could they will be. 108MP main camera and a 5x zoom periscope module seem likely to be in there though.
The phones are expected to have Dynamic AMOLED panels with HDR10+ support and up to QHD+ (FHD on the Galaxy S11e) as well as 120Hz refresh rate.
On the inside, most markets will get Exynos 990, while China and the United States take Snapdragon 865.
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