GoPro Hero11 Black Mini Launch Tipped; Design Revealed Via Leaked Images

GoPro Hero11 Black mini will not feature a display.


GoPro is expected to announce the Hero11 Black very soon. The new action camera from GoPro is expected to sport a similar design and come with some internal upgrades. Alongside the flagship camera, GoPro might also launch the Hero11 Black mini. The piece of information comes from tipster Roland Quandt, who uploaded the official images on WinFuture.

The report reveals the design of the upcoming mini GoPro and also confirms some key features ahead of its launch. The Hero11 Black mini, as expected, will sit below the flagship Hero11 Black upon launch. Let’s take a look at the GoPro Hero11 Black mini design renders, specifications and other details known so far.

GoPro Hero11 Black Mini Leaked

GoPro Hero11 Black mini will launch very soon. The action camera will be a trimmed-down version of the flagship Hero11 Black. Ahead of its launch, the design of the Hero11 Black mini has leaked. The images uploaded by WinFuture reveal that the action camera will not feature any display. Instead, it will come with two mounts. One of the mounts is located at the bottom of the action camera. The second pair is at the back, which is a first for the camera series. 

The front of the action camera has the camera sensor, next to which is a button for connecting the camera to the phone via Bluetooth. Since there is no display, users will be required to use the GoPro app on their smartphone as a viewfinder to adjust the angle and other settings.

The right side of the camera has a flap for inserting the battery and the microSD card. Since it is a mini GoPro, we can expect it to pack a smaller battery than the standard model. The battery capacity is unknown at the moment.

The report does not specify any details about the camera sensor or any other internal hardware of the Hero11 Black mini. We will share more details once available. Meanwhile, let us know your thoughts about the upcoming GoPro camera in the comments below.