Samsung Galaxy S11 renders show centered punch-hole, 'L' shape camera layout

The Galaxy S11 is still a few months away from launch but its renders have already leaked today giving us a look at its design. The renders make it clear that the Galaxy S11 will continue to follow the same design language as the Galaxy S10 but take a few cues from the Note 10's design.

Like on the Galaxy Note 10 series, Samsung will reposition the punch-hole in the display panel to the center. The bezels at the top and bottom of the display seem slightly narrower than that of the Galaxy S10.

Secondly, the horizontal camera setup as seen on the S10 series has been done away with. Instead, Samsung will adopt an 'L' shape design for the camera placement on the Galaxy S11. From the renders, it looks like the Galaxy S11 will come with five different sensors at the back along with an LED flash.

The physical buttons have also been repositioned and moved to the right edge of the device. Similar to the Note 10 series, Samsung seems to have done away with the Bixby button as the Galaxy S11 in renders only has the power and volume buttons on the right edge.

Disappointingly, the headphone jack is missing on the device. As per the renders, @OnLeaks says the Galaxy S11 will be 7.8mm slim, 161.9mm tall, and 73.7mm wide. It will feature a design that sandwiches metal between Gorilla Glass panels like previous flagship Galaxy smartphones.

The Galaxy S11 lineup will be available in three different screen sizes: 6.3-inch, 6.7-inch, and 6.9-inch. The display is tipped to have a refresh rate of 120Hz.

Previous rumors surrounding the Galaxy S11 point to it coming with a 108MP primary camera, offer 8K video recording, and a bunch of new camera modes.

Source: 91Mobiles

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