Last month, thanks to renders that found its way online, we got an idea of what to expect with the Samsung Galaxy S11. The phone, as expected, will come with curved edges on the side of its display and a hole-punch camera right smack in the middle. It will also come with a new camera module on the back where it is expected to house five camera sensors.
Now thanks to a couple of photos shared on Twitter by Ice Universe, alleged real-life photos of the phone have surfaced. The photos are incredibly blurry so it’s hard to tell if it is the Galaxy S11, but one feature that tipped us off is the camera module on the back which looks similar to the previous renders.
Of course, photos and renders can be faked, but we suppose at the very least they are consistent with each other. According to Ice Universe, the phone is inside a leakproof case, which is a bit ironic considering that it just leaked online, but it does a good job of hiding the overall design.
Galaxy S11 in a leakproof case. pic.twitter.com/LVmhQRl69f
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 9, 2019
That being said, it makes sense that Samsung would have a prototype already made and in testing, but it’s still probably best to take it with a grain of salt. In the meantime, we have heard rumors that the Galaxy S11+, one of the variants of the phone, could also come with a whopping 5,000mAh battery, possibly the biggest battery that Samsung as put into a flagship phone to date.