Over the past few weeks, we've been seeing leaks and speculated renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagship phones- the Galaxy S11 and the S11e. Now, following the renders of those phones, we have a look at what the S11+ will look like and it sure does have a massive camera module at the back.
Increasing the size of the back camera bump seems to be the norm these days. We've got the iPhone with a jarring camera design, the Pixel with an interesting camera module and a whole lot more. Samsung was the only company to have a seemingly normal camera module, but the S11+ changes that.
This time, the back of the camera sports more than four lenses, which is something commendable in itself. Apart from the back of the phone, most of it remains similar to what we have seen on the S10 and S10 Plus. The front of the phone has a punch hole display, at the top, which is something that we have gotten accustomed to.
As for the specifications, the Samsung Galaxy S11+ will come with a 6.9-inch AMOLED display, 12GB of RAM paired with a Snapdragon 865 chipset and finally, 1TB of internal storage. The specifications on this phone really seem to be next gen and if the phone does indeed launch with 1TB of storage, it will surely herald an era of futuristic smartphones.
In the camera department, there is a primary 108-megapixel shooter, within the massive camera array. Other details of the phone are not known yet, but we are eagerly looking forward for more.
As of now, the expected date of launch for the Samsung Galaxy phones isn't out, but we expect to see it some time in late February, 2020. We're not sure how the camera array on this phone will shape other phones, but it surely is a rather revolutionary one, that's for sure.