New Samsung Galaxy S11+ Leaked Image Shows Actual Camera Setup


As we are moving ahead to 2020, some of the rumors suggest that Samsung is working on its next flagship phone from the Galaxy S series which is expected to arrive in early February. However, it is still unconfirmed whether it will launch as the Galaxy S11 or the Galaxy S20 series, even though most of the publications claim that it will be Galaxy S11+. But in the same realm, the details of the upcoming smartphones have been surfacing online.

The latest render of this flagship shows the rear camera setup of the Samsung Galaxy S11+. Steve Hemmerstoffer a.k.a. OnLeaks shared a photo on Twitter which he says is an updated render of the phone’s rear camera setup. He mentioned that the design we first saw back in November when he released renders of the phone was “based upon a first stage prototype”.

As seen in the latest render, the galaxy S11+ seen with a quad-camera setup with three sensors on the left side with an additional one on the right which sits alongside the LED flash. Just a week before, we have also seen a render from a prominent leakster IceUniverse that shows the final camera configuration for the S11+ alongside more details on the new 9-1 Bayer technology used in the phone’s 108 MP main sensor.

In the camera configuration, we also have got some clarifications on the actual sensors with the top left one being touted as the ultra-wide-angle module which sits above the main 108MP shooter while the one below that is the periscope unit which supports 5x optical zoom. This means the fourth module should be the ToF sensor.

As we are at least two months away from the expected launch date, there is a finite chance of having some more renders to get clarification on Galaxy S11+. So, stay tuned with us!

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