- New CAD-based renders of the Samsung Galaxy S30 Plus have leaked.
- The renders include the redesigned camera array as spotted on the purported standard S30 and S30 Ultra.
- Leaked dimensions also suggest the S30 Plus will be wider than the Galaxy S20 Plus.
Per MySmartPrice, the new CAD renders aren’t flashy but they do suggest that all three S30 phones may sport the redesigned camera array. Now packing three cameras like the Galaxy Note 20 line, the array itself blends more seamlessly into the phone’s flank. It’s a notable departure from the Galaxy A-like hump used on the S20 line.
For those hoping this redesign will solve the camera hump issue, the renders suggest this is unlikely. There’s still a substantial plateau on the device’s back.
Upfront, a punch-hole selfie camera is the only major design hangover from the S20 series we spot. A physical volume rocker and power button are also present on the phone’s right-hand side. The mandatory USB-C port is mounted centrally alongside a single speaker grille at the bottom of the phone.
MySmartPrice also sheds light on the phone’s rumored dimensions. The S30 Plus may measure 161.5 x 75.6 x 7.85mm, making it shorter but slightly wider than the S20 Plus. It’s also rumored to sport a flat 6.7-inch display, a welcome departure from the curved aesthetic adopted by recent Samsung flagships.
As the Galaxy S30 line may launch a little earlier than usual, expect the leaks to come thick and fast in the months ahead.