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WATCH: Samsung Galaxy S11 renders reveal six-part camera array

/ 05:46 PM November 24, 2019

Tech leaker OnLeaks, who made his name by accurately leaking technology releases months ahead of their official launches, on Friday posted not only image renderings of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 smartphone but also a collection of potential specs.

OnLeaks worked with the tech media site 91Mobiles to produce a 360-degree video of the device and 5K renderings.

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The device is expected to come in three versions — S11e, S11, and S11+ — all of which will be available with 5G; on the S11+, 5G will come standard. The sizes of the AMOLED screens will range from 6.3-inches to 6.7-inches.

On the front, the hole-punch-style selfie camera has moved from the top right to the top center. The bezels on both the top and bottom of the curve (but possibly less so) display look to have slimmed down a bit; those on the left and right edges are still virtually non-existent.

The back features a six-part camera apparatus comprising one LED flash and five lenses and/or sensors. According to 91Mobiles, “three of these will be the regular cameras and one should be the 3D ToF sensor, the purpose of the last sensor is not yet known.”

While the primary camera is expected to provide 108 megapixels, photographs will be further improved thanks to a series of features including Director’s View, Night Hyperlapse and Vertical Panoramas.

Powering the device will be either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 processor depending on the market. The phone will be charged via a USB-C port on the bottom edge.

This rumored device could debut Feb. 18, 2020. Considering that the Galaxy S10 was announced about the same time last year, this date is a likely possibility. RGA

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