Thursday, December 26, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S11 Leaks Tease Exciting New Camera And Display Details


The Samsung Galaxy S11 might not be expected to arrive until early next year, but a number of reports have emerged in recent weeks, purporting to show the South Korean tech giant’s next flagship and its key features and specifications ahead of its launch. The latest such leaks suggest that the Galaxy S11 might try to set itself apart from the competition with its rear camera setup, as well as new, state-of-the-art display technology.



As reported by Forbes, a pair of leakers teamed up last week to create a render of how the Galaxy S11 could look, depicting the device as one with a “huge rectangular hump” at the back that houses its quintuple rear camera setup. As further teased, the shooter will reportedly include a 108-megapixel primary lens with 5x optical zoom and support for 8K video recording. It was, however, not made clear what purposes the other modules could serve, apart from one working as a telephoto lens and the other allowing for ultra-wide angle shots.

In a more recent update shared on Sunday and covered by the same Forbes story, Samsung “insider” Ice Universe took to Twitter to claim that the key features of the purported Galaxy S11 were “wrong” and that the device will be “more beautiful” than how it appeared in the render. The well-known leaker also explained that the cameras will likely have a “symmetrical” design, while the 5x optical zoom lens will be square-shaped. It was also noted that the Galaxy S11 will supposedly come with a “class-leading” 120Hz display as another key specification.

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