This year’s S10 series launched with lots of improvements in terms of the phone’s overall aesthetics and camera. And it certainly stood up to our expectations. But with each year comes a fresh new Samsung Galaxy S phones with new upgrades. And the upcoming Galaxy S11+ could bring up some huge changes if sources are to be believed.
With plethoras of interest and leaks surfacing online, one render has caught our eye. The leaked renders show that the upcoming Galaxy S11+ looks almost similar to the rumored Galaxy S11 and S11e from the front — it has the same curved screen, a punch hole in the middle, and a wide earpiece that could act as a speaker.
But the big difference can be seen at the back of the phone — a huge camera bump that looks hideous, to say the least. The camera bump, being bigger than that of Galaxy S11 and S11e, features five cameras out of which the main one is a 108MP sensor with 5x optical zoom.
As per se Ice Universe, a reliable leakster claims that the leaked render is not true and does not depict the true beauty of the real design.
Nonetheless, the render leaks that are crowding online are possibly not real and they should be taken with a grain of salt. Until then, to get the real feel, we need to wait for an official release of the Galaxy S11+.
According to sources, the upcoming Galaxy S11+ will have a 6.9-inch display with an in-display fingerprint scanner and measure 8.8mm in thickness. Again, if leaks are to be believed, the phone could come with Exynos 9830 chipset and 12GB of RAM.