Last month, we got the CAD renders of next year’s Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus that revealed a massive camera module on the rear with at least five cameras. The issue with that design was the arrangement of the camera lenses on the module, which was kind of a mess.
Well, it looks like those CAD renders were based on the first stage prototype of the S11 Plus as Steve Hammerstoffer aka OnLeaks has now shared the “actual” design of the camera setup of Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus.
This new render shows the same design that was revealed by Ice Universe a couple of weeks back. While Ice Universe shared just a portion of the camera setup, we now know how it is going to look like. As we can see, there are at least four cameras. The phone also has a periscope-style telephoto lens as it is rumoured that the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus is coming with a telephoto lens with 5X Optical Zoom.
As for other cameras, there are rumours that the phone has a 108MP camera with 9-in-1 pixel binning to shoot 12MP photos by default with an impressive 2.4μm pixel size. Well, that’s just a rumour as for now so let’s see what Samsung has to offer with its next year’s Galaxy S11 series.