Samsung Galaxy S11e Leaked Render Shows Triple Rear Cameras, Punch-Hole Camera


Samsung Galaxy S11 series is speculated to launch in February next year and there is already a lot of buzz around the smartphone on the internet. We have already seen a lot of leaks about the Galaxy S11 phone. Now, the Galaxy S11e leaked render has surfaced on the web revealing the design and camera module of the smartphone. Here are the details:

Samsung Galaxy S11e Leaked Render Shows Triple Rear Cameras
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According to the leaked render, the Galaxy S11e will debut with a triple rear camera setup upgrading over the predecessor Galaxy S10e. The images also suggest that the phone will house a single punch-hole display which will house a front camera situated in the top-centre of the screen. The smartphone also features a curved display which was not there on its predecessor.

The leaked renders were published by PriceBaba and @OneLeaks. The publication has also released a video which showcases the Galaxy S11e in glossy blue color, the camera modules are similar to the ones which were recently surfaced on the web. The leaked images of the Galaxy S11e shows a triple rear camera setup aligned vertically at the top left corner of the phone.

However, the renders didn't disclose anything about the resolutions of the camera module. It has been expected that the phone will sport a regular RGB sensor, a telephoto lens, along with a wide-angle camera sensor.

Samsung Galaxy S11e Leaked Render Shows Triple Rear Cameras
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Besides, it was also noticed that the Galaxy S11e doesn't have the side-mounted fingerprint scanner. So there might be a possibility that this time Samsung will pack the device with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The smartphone render shows that the Type-C port, speaker grills, and 3.5mm audio jack are placed at the bottom of the phone.


According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S11e is expected to be powered by either Snapdragon 865 SoC or Exynos 990 SoC, clubbed with 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of onboard storage.

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