OnLeaksshowed offrenders of the Galaxy S 11 a few days ago, and nowhe has teamed up with CashKaroto show off renders of Samsung’s bigger phone, the Galaxy S 11 . As usual, these are unofficial renders, but they’re based on CAD drawings, and in the past they’ve been very accurate.
You’d normally expect the Galaxy S 11 to look just like the Galaxy S 11 that was shown off earlier, but Samsung is doing something, uh,special, for the camera bump on this bigger model. Not only is it one of the biggest camera bumps of all time, housing a whopping five camera lenses, it also has a totally wild, disorganized design: nothing is horizontally or vertically aligned with anything else. The camera lenses, flash, and sensors are just kind of randomly distributed around the camera bump area. It certainly looks unique, but I’m not sure that’s “unique” in a good way.
The only caveat with these renders is that the report says the placement of the LED flash is “still not confirmed,” but it sounds like the cameras are going in their random positions.
So far, we know Samsung has plans to use a 108 MP sensor for the main camera, and rumors also point to a 5X optical zoom and laser autofocus. That only nails down two of the five cameras. A wide-angle camera seems likely. After that, maybe there’s a depth camera? A macro camera? We’re not sure.
Last year, Samsung released four major sizes of the Galaxy S 10: the 5.8-inch Galaxy S (e, 6.1-inch Galaxy S) , 6.4-inch Galaxy S 10 , and 6.7-inch Galaxy S 10 5G. This year, it sounds like the 5.8-inch size tier is going away, and the S 11 e, S 11, and S 11 are all getting bumped up a size tierandgetting bigger screens. There will be no “5G” version, since all the phones will support 5G, and the larger body sizes will allow for the larger batteries needed by Qualcomm’s early 5G hardware. Rumors put the S 11 e at around 6.2 inches and the S 11 at 6.7 inches, while this new S 11 render has the phone at a whopping 6.9-inch display with dimensions of 9 × 76 × 8.8mm. It’s big.
Other than that, expect a super-fast 120 Hz display and the newest SoCs from Samsung and Qualcomm, depending on your region. We expect a release sometime in February, just like last year.
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