With a few months more to go before the expected Samsung Galaxy S11 release date, various details have been leaked giving fans some idea on what to expect from the upcoming smartphone. But recent reports suggest that the Korean brand’s flagship will have a very different back design compared to the current S11.

Recently leaked Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus renders suggest that the upcoming flagship will have a massive camera block located on its back at the top left corner, according to Tech Radar. The leaks renders were shared on social media by @OnLeaks and CashKaro.

The recent leak appears to agree with previous rumors that the smartphone will have 5 cameras at the back, one of which will be a 3D camera, as reported by BGR. With a massive multi-lens camera system, the phone would understandably need a bigger camera block to house the five sensors.

The bigger camera block might also explain why the Galaxy S11 is a slightly bigger phone compared to its predecessor. The S10 measures 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8mm while the upcoming smartphone reportedly measures 166.9 x 76 x 8.8mm. It’s even significantly ticker as it measures 10.2mm if one includes the camera bump.

Fans should note that the renders are not official Samsung leaks at the moment. However, TechRadar claimed that @OnLeaks has a reliable track record when it comes to the accuracy of its leaks.

However, some tech watchers believe that the leaked renders are inaccurate. “I can definitely say that this Galaxy S11+ rendering is wrong, or that the key parts are wrong, the real design is more beautiful than this. I don't blame Onleaks, maybe the CAD drawing he got is wrong…,” Ice universe wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, the phone’s front design is a bit similar to the current S10. Based on the render, the S11 will still feature the punch-hole camera located at the top center of the phone just like its predecessor but the curves of the screen will lesser on the new model.

At the moment there is still no official word from the company regarding the Galaxy S11 release date. However, they are expected to be launched by mid-February next year and will be available in stores by March.

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