Galaxy S11+ renders world’s most deranged camera array
OnLeaks showed off set up of the Galaxy S11 before few days, and now he has teamed up with Cashkaro to show off renders of the bigger phone of Samsung, the Galaxy S11+. As usual, there are inconsecutive renders, based on CAD drawings, and in the past, they have been very appropriate. The Galaxy S11+ is expected to look just like the Galaxy S11 as earlier, but Samsung is doing something. The unique attraction is for the camera bump on this bigger model. It is not only the biggest camera bums of all time, housing a whopping five camera lenses, it also includes a wild, deranged design, and nothing is vertically or horizontally aligned with anything else. The camera lenses, sensors, and flash are just kind of randomly distributed surrounding the camera bump area. Indeed, it looks unique, but there is no surety that this is unique in the right way or not.
The only caveat with this exhibit is that the report says the placement of the LED flash is not confirmed yet, but it sounds like the cameras are going in their haphazard positions. So far, it is known that Samsung has plans to use a 108MP sensor for the primary camera, and whispers also point to a 5X optical zoom and laser autofocus. That only locks up two of the five cameras. A wide-angle camera appears likely. Still, there is no surety about the depth camera and the micro camera.
Last year, Samsung revealed four major sizes of the Galaxy S10, which is the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10e, 6.1-inch Galaxy S10, 6.4-inch Galaxy S10+, and 6.7-inch Galaxy S10 5G. This year, it sounds like the 5.8-inch size ledge is going away, and the S11e, S11+, and S11 are all getting bumped up a side seam and getting larger screens. There will be no 5G version, whereas all the phones will support 5G, and the larger body sizes will permit the larger batteries required by Qualcomm’s new 5G hardware. The release is expected in February.