Samsung Galaxy S11+ Renders Show A Polarizing Penta-Camera Module

The unofficial renders were released by OnLeaks, the same guy who showed us what the Galaxy S11e and the Galaxy S11 would probably look like. The display of the Galaxy S11+ is said to measure 6.9-inch and will have curves that are more subtle than its predecessor, the Galaxy S10+. Although not confirmed, we can expect the display to be an AMOLED panel with at least qHD resolution. Surprisingly, the S11+ renders showcase a punch-hole good enough only for a single camera. The S10+ featured a pill-shaped cutout that houses a dual-camera setup.

Samsung Galaxy S11+ Renders Show A Polarizing Penta-Camera Module

Admittedly, it’s the rear of the panel that is more striking because of the polarizing camera module design. The renders show a rectangular module that is quite sizeable and has a noticeable bump. The module houses 5 cameras, 2 sensors, and an LED flash. But unlike the Penta-camera setup that we recently saw on the Mi Note 10, this isn’t anywhere as symmetric. If rumors are to be believed, one of the sensors will be the 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor that debuted with the Mi CC9 Pro. It’s also said to offer a telephoto sensor with 5x Optical Zoom and the capability to record 8K videos.

Like the S11e and the S11, all buttons now sit on the right-hand side and the 3.5mm headphone jack is absent. The phone is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 865 (in the USA) and the Exynos 990 (in other markets like India). We’ll most likely get to officially see the phone around MWC next year.

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