Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus Renders Reveal It Has Five Cameras on Its Back and Infinity-O Display


CashKaro has unveiled alleged rendered images of the Samsung Galaxy S11+ smartphone in collaboration with OnLeaks. While we’ve seen the Galaxy S11+ in the past in leaked rendered images, the photos we have right now are much clearer, revealing aspects of the device that we did not know earlier.

If these rendered images are to be believed, the Galaxy S11 Plus will have a display similar to that of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. That is, it will have a center-aligned punch-hole in the uppermost part of the screen. Just like its predecessors, the display of the Galaxy S11 Plus will be curved on both sides (Right and left). According to CashKaro, the display measures 6.9-inches. If that turns out to be true, the Galaxy S11 Plus will have the largest screen ever in Galaxy S or Galaxy Note series devices. The display type, however, is currently unknown. That being said, it will most probably a Super AMOLED unit with QHD+ resolution and HDR10. It will also have an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The rear side of the device is where things get interesting. While the Galaxy S10 Plus had three rear cameras, the Galaxy S11 Plus will feature as many as five cameras at its back, at least according to rendered images. All five cameras, along with an LED flash, are placed in a rectangular protuberance. The placement of each sensor in this rectangular hump isn’t symmetric. And it gives the device an ugly look, at least in my opinion. Currently, there is no information regarding the specifications of these camera sensors. Rumors suggest that there will be a 108MP primary camera, an ultrawide camera, and a 5x optical zoom telephoto camera.

According to the rendered images, the Galaxy S11 Plus will have USB Type-C port and speaker mounted on the bottom part of the device, and volume rocker and power button placed on the right-hand side of the device. These images suggest that the smartphone will have a stainless-steel frame sandwiched between glass panels on either side.

It is worth noting that Ice Universe has put out a Tweet claiming that the rendered images revealed by CashKaro and OnLeaks, are not accurate and that the original design of the Galaxy S11 Plus is much better compared to what is shown in the rendered photos. Anyway, the Samsung Galaxy S11 series is said to feature three devices – the Galaxy S11e, Galaxy S11, and the Galaxy S11 Plus.