Samsung Galaxy S11 concept surfaces online, quad main camera in tow
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Not long after the first few rumors concerning next year's Samsung flagship device, a Galaxy S11 render has just surfaced on Twitter. It might not look impressive, but there is no doubt that it gets at least one thing right (if you were wondering, I think that the next-gen Galaxy S will have a Bixby button no matter what, especially since Samsung has just released the Bixby Marketplace and seems to take this service more seriously than ever before).
As you can see in the image above, there are three key elements that can be spotted in a glance: the quad-camera assembly on the back, the Bixby button placed on the right edge, and the selfie shooter that seems to be placed beneath the screen with the help of a cutout. However, it would not be surprising for Samsung to go with a more advanced approach and use an under-the-display camera that does not require a cutout or a notch.
In addition to the above, the back of the handset shown in the render also shows that looks like a dual-LED flash or something a bit different. It will probably not be the case with the Galaxy S11, but it would be an idea for smartphone makers to bring something new to the main camera, such as thermal imaging.
Since the Samsung Galaxy S11 will not arrive this year, all renders that show up online nowadays cannot be considered anything else but rough sketches of what their creators expect to see in this next-gen flagship. However, there is still plenty of time until its launch, so the actual design to hit the market could be completely different from what we see right now.
All things considered, what do you think about today's Galaxy S11 concept render? What would you like to see added to Samsung's next flagship? Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section, maybe someone at Samsung is watching and will take your ideas into account.
Juno (on Twitter)
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