Samsung Galaxy S11+: latest leak shows new, cleaner rear camera array
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Earlier this year, tipsters such as OnLeaks asserted that the Samsung Galaxy S11 series would move away from its predecessor's esthetics in many respects. It is projected to have a central punch-hole selfie camera, and also follow the emerging trend towards rectangular rear camera housings. So far so good: however, this last detail has also become linked to a rather messy arrangement of sensors within them.
This may have impacted the Samsung Galaxy S11+ or S11 Plus to the greatest extent, as it has led to renders with 4 to 5 rear cameras that, frankly, look as though they had been stuck in there at random. However, OnLeaks has now disavowed such renders as "based upon a first stage prototype".
This leaker has now posted an "updated" Galaxy S11+ render. It shows that this prospective top-end smartphone will have a quad-lens set-up in an upside-down L shape, alongside a flash module. This new image also addresses new rumors that the same device will have a powerful periscope lens.