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Samsung Galaxy S11+ renders show curved display, penta-lens camera setup

27 November 2019 0

Earlier this week, we reported about Samsung Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11e renders that revealed design from the front as well as the back panel. It is now time for Galaxy S11 Plus renders shared by an online publication CashKaro in partnership with well-known tipster @OnLeaks. The design is very much the same across all three smartphones but with a few minor differences.

The Galaxy S11 Plus is said to sport a 6.9-inch curved Dynamic AMOLED punch-hole display with the full-screen viewing experience. The curvature of the display is said to be lesser than the predecessor. It has a circular punch-hole in the center of the display which means there is neither a notch nor pop-up selfie camera.

The back panel has a bigger camera module on the top-left side. It houses a total of five cameras and two tiny sensors including a 108-megapixel main camera sensor with 5x optical zoom. There is nothing else on the back except for the Samsung branding. This confirms that the flagship will arrive with an in-display fingerprint scanner. It has a power button and volume rockers on the left side frame. The USB Type-C port is available on the bottom but there is no sign of a 3.5mm headphone jack.

While these renders do seem good, another reliable tipster @UniverseIce was quick to mentions that these renders are not exactly accurate. He added that "the real design is more beautiful than this" and has urged tech enthusiasts to wait. This is the reason we would also suggest you wait before making any opinion about Galaxy S11 design and appearance.



Samsung Galaxy S11+ renders show curved display, penta-lens camera setup
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