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GoPro Hero 11 Black leaks with an unchanged design from the Hero 10 Black

The GoPro Hero 10 Black debuted in September last year. (Source: GoPro)
The GoPro Hero 10 Black debuted in September last year. (Source: GoPro)
GoPro is set to release its newest action camera, the GoPro Hero 11 Black. Considering the launch dates of the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black, the Hero 11 Black can be expected to debut in September but will do so with a mostly unchanged design from its predecessor.

GoPro launched the Hero 10 Black back in September last year and now looks set to bring a direct successor to the market, in the form of the Hero 11 Black. Images of the next-gen action cam have now leaked but fans expecting wholesale design changes may be disappointed.

As revealed by Roland Quandt, the GoPro Hero 11 Black sports an identical design to the Hero 10 Black it succeeds. From the look of things, the display sizes are the same, the buttons are the same, and the only change on the camera's exterior is the new "11 Black" branding. Potential owners will be hoping this translates into accessory support, as it'd be great if the Hero 11 Black had backward accessory compatibility with the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black.

While the design of the Hero 11 Black remains unchanged from the predecessor, it's likely that the underlying hardware sees solid improvements. The source mentions potential HDR improvements, a new sensor, and perhaps, a boost to 6K video recording from the 5.3K recording the Hero 10 Black offers. The Hero 11 Black could feature new HyperSmooth 5.0 technology, too, although it's likely it remains equipped with the GP2 chip that debuted on the Hero 10 Black last year. 

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Ricci Rox, 2022-08-30 (Update: 2022-08-31)