Freshly leaked Samsung Galaxy S11 hands-on photos storming the interweb
They say when it leaks, it pours. The Galaxy S11 family is still a couple of months away from the official unveiling. However, we are already seeing a handful of prominent leaks.
These devices are some of the most anticipated phones of any year and they attract a lot of attention from various quarters. Speculations and leaks are common, especially in the weeks that lead up to the official release, but as early as this, we already have a couple of info about these devices.
A recently leaked image shows what seems to be the rear side of the Samsung Galaxy 11. The fuzzy leaked image shows the rear camera layout. The device is clad in a ‘leakproof’ case, supposedly to deter people from getting a glimpse of the design and build material.
As you can see, Ice Universe is in their peak form. Earlier today, they also shed some light on the camera specification of Galaxy S11.
All we can spot is the rear camera cutout. Admittedly, this is very little to go by. However, from the photo and the already available leaks, we can deduce a few things. It seems the rear camera cutout will protrude from the body substantially.
Another angle is unveiled via Samsung’s own Exynos 990 trailer. In the first second of the video, a user is seen with a phone. Upon a little tweaking and editing of the screengrab, you can clearly make out what looks to be the Galaxy S11.
Do you think the new leak by Ice Universe is the same phone shown in the video? Comparing it with the render by OnLeaks, it could be the first glimpse of Galaxy S11e as well. We are bound to see a lot more things with the release date coming closer.
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