Samsung will soon present its first high-end smartphones for 2020, the Galaxy S11 and the Galaxy S11 +. And pending the official presentation of these new devices, new rumors circulate every week about them.
Like the iPhone 11 Pro, the S11 and S11 + should have at least three cameras on the back. Sources say there will be a 108-megapixel main sensor, as well as a 48-megapixel telephoto lens.
A different design?
A few days ago, it is a new alleged rendering of the camera module that will group these sensors that leaked on the canvas.
By using multiple cameras on the back of their devices, manufacturers are adopting different styles for the presentation of these sensors.
Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro, for example, as well as the Nokia 9 PureView, would cause trypophobia (fear of small holes) in some people, due to the way the cameras are arranged.
Samsung, for its part, could adopt a different style with the S11 and the S11 +.
Based on the generally knowledgeable “OnLeaks” Twitter account, this is what the camera module on the back of the Galaxy S11 + might look like.
Next up, the # GalaxyS11Plus… 😏
It appears the renders I shared one month ago were based upon a first stage prototype which had different rear camera layout.
Here an updated render based upon the latest prototype I got and which depict what I assume is the final configuration… pic.twitter.com/IhUWdQh9JN
– Steve H. McFly (@OnLeaks) December 27, 2019
This account had previously released another rendering of the module, but today it says it was a prototype in which the cameras were aligned in a somewhat haphazard fashion.
In addition, information from OneLeaks is corroborated by another source, Ice Universe.
This is the real Galaxy S11 + camera. On the left is the ultra-wide-angle, main camera, and periscope zoom lens. I don't know the exact distribution on the right. It is expected to include flash and ToF. pic.twitter.com/98exPMSqgf
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 16, 2019
But of course, all this information from unofficial sources, these are for the moment to be taken with the tweezers of use. And unlike other brands, like Google or OnePlus, Samsung generally does not release any official info about its smartphones before the official presentation.