Samsung’s Galaxy S11 early renders show five rear cameras with a rectangular module
It is that time of the year when every smartphone company in the world would take a break from work and have some holidays. That’s because we are coming to Christmas season and all of the companies in the US will have their holiday vacations starting soon. On the other hand, it is also the time when companies will start to look at what’s to come next year from them. Starting the launches will be Samsung which traditionally launches the Galaxy S series smartphones in first quarter of every year.
We believe that the next year will be no different and Samsung will launch its Galaxy S11 series in February next year during the MWC 2020. This time around, Samsung Galaxy S11 might be announced before the MWC takes place. Also, this reveals that the design of Galaxy S11 might have been finalized by now as leaks have started to arrive for the Galaxy S11 from Samsung. On the other hand, we can also say that the renders might have been created since the Galaxy Note 10 series launch which would have been finalized by now.
As per leaked renders from OnLeaks, the Samsung Galaxy S11 series will have one big design change at the back where the camera module will be entirely different as compared to the Galaxy S10 series and even the Galaxy Note 10 series. This is because we will now have a rectangular module instead of the horizontal one as seen this year. On the other hand, the module will have five cameras which will also have a 108MP camera for super-high-resolution images. It is also reported that there might be a 120Hz display on the Galaxy S11 series as we have seen that smartphones are now coming with 90Hz refresh rate displays. On the front, there will be a single camera for the Galaxy S11 series instead of the dual camera and the punch-hole will be shifted to the centre instead of edges.