Galaxy S11+ renders show the derpiest camera hump you've ever seen

So that would make the Galaxy S11 Plus a bigger phone, but that's no surprise given the rumored screen size and camera hardware. It's not the first time we've seen such a confusing camera assembly, but it's still pretty odd.

The renders additionally spotlight the digital camera setup of the Galaxy S11+ that's believed to have a set of 5 picture sensors - with two tiny sensors.

As the strongest flagship of Galaxy S series, S11 + will also be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform, and the Korean version will be equipped with Exynos 990 platform.

Outside of the camera system, the other notable aspect of the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus - or non-aspect, rather - is the lack of a 3.5mm headphone jack. The back appears to be a single piece of glass outside the black-masked camera hump and its bezel, curved on the left and right edges, much like the glass covering the front display. Additional, there's an LED flash module. On the front, you have a almost bezel-less display with curved edges, albeit curves that are less dramatic than those on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. An early Geekbench test for a Galaxy S11 model has been discovered online with model number SM-G986B. At least one of those lenses is expected to provide a 5x optical zoom, with the same report claiming the phone will also have a 108MP primary camera. Though the flagship smartphone from Samsung is expected to launch sometime in February next year, rumour mill has been abuzz with several leaks and renders about the smartphone. We already noticed leak-based renders of the Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11e that each are more likely to look comparable when it comes to aesthetics and design.



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