Thought the iPhone 11’s camera bump was big? Samsung would like you to hold its beer.
New renders of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S11, show a very different design from last year’s model, with a massive, rectangular, vertically oriented camera bump hosting a whopping five rear cameras.
The renders, courtesy of leaker of mobile things Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks (via 91mobiles), are unofficial and could possibly be inaccurate, but OnLeaks has a pretty solid track record predicting Samsung phones. I’ve asked him about it and he tweeted the data behind the renders come from a “very reliable and first lvl industry source.”
On the front, the renders show a huge screen with minute bezels on top and bottom, curvy edges and a single punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera (yes, Samsung is working on an under-the-display selfie camera but it likely won’t be ready for a few more years).
The renders are also accompanied by a video (below), showing the device from all sides.
There are also some quite detailed specs in the report. Dimensions of the phone are allegedly 61.9 x 73.7 x 7.8 millimeters, with the thickness going up to 8.9 millimeters if you take the camera bump into account. Prepare to get a case if you’re buying this thing. The screen measures 6.7 inches, and the phone will have a metal frame and a glass back.
Other Galaxy S11 rumors indicate a possible 108-megapixel main camera sensor (the same one, probably, as the sensor on Xiaomi’s new Mi Note 10), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip, and 5G options for all variants. The Samsung Galaxy S11 will probably launch in mid-February 2020.