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This is the Samsung Galaxy S11: Five rear cameras, Note 10-style punch hole

It looks like Samsung is following the Note 10 series by ditching the 3.5mm port on the Galaxy S11 too.

Published onNovember 22, 2019

We’ve seen plenty of Samsung Galaxy S11 leaks in recent weeks, but one thing we haven’t actually seen until now is what it’ll actually look like.

Fortunately, serial tipster Onleaks and 91Mobiles have delivered apparent Samsung Galaxy S11 renders. The images suggest that Samsung’s early 2019 flagship will have up to five rear cameras and a Note 10-style punch-hole cutout. Speaking of the screen, we’ve apparently got a 6.7-inch display that steers clear of the divisive waterfall display aesthetic.

In terms of overall size, it’s believed that the upcoming phone measures 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm. This makes it taller and narrower than the Galaxy S10 (149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8mm). Check out the leaked images below:

We’re guessing that the Galaxy S11 will follow in the Note 10 Plus’s footsteps by offering normal, ultra-wide, telephoto, and 3D ToF sensors on the back. But what about the fifth sensor? We’ve seen brands offer macro cameras, depth sensors, and other lenses to their phones, but it’s also possible that this is a color sensor, focus module, or something equally boring.

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Otherwise, the camera module bears a resemblance to the recently leaked Galaxy A71. This suggests that the Korean manufacturer is going for a more unified design language in 2020.

These supposed Samsung Galaxy S11 renders don’t show a 3.5mm port unfortunately. This means Samsung could be following in the Note 10’s footsteps and forcing consumers to use Bluetooth or a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter.

Other notable details include power and volume keys on the right, and a single speaker grille next to a USB-C port at the bottom. There aren’t any keys on the left side of the device, suggesting that the Bixby button isn’t present here.

What do you think of these apparent Samsung Galaxy S11 renders? Give us your thoughts in the comments!

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