New Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus Leak Suggests A Slightly Different-Looking Camera Layout

Leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S11 has been flowing constantly over the past few weeks. This includes one that featured a render of the device. Now, prominent leaker Ice Universe has put out another one, claiming this to be the look of the phone’s rear camera setup.

That being said, it’s not exactly a clear look at the entire thing. What’s revealed in the image shared appears to be half of the camera bump, which features three cameras. According to the leaker, these are the ultrawide-angle lens, the main 108MP camera, and the periscope zoom lens. He also claims that the camera setup on the Samsung Galaxy S11 will come wtih a flash and a ToF sensor in the obscured half.

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.

— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 16, 2019

Previously, Ice Unverse also leaked the supposed release date of the Samsung Galaxy S11 devices. He pegged the phones to be released on 18 February 2020, alongside the second generation Galaxy Fold. Other rumours about the Galaxy S11 devices include two chipset variants, one featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and another with Samsung’s own Exynos 990. The plus variant is also believed to come with a 120Hz display and a 5000mAh battery.

While not looking exactly the same, the new leak does corroborate previous ones that suggest a quad-camera setup on the Samsung Galaxy S11 series. That said, considering it’s a leak, it would be better to take this information with a pinch of salt. If the 18 February launch prediction is accurate, it won’t be long before Samsung makes the official announcement.

(Source: Ice Universe / Twitter)

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