Samsung’s Galaxy S11 is expected to be announced next year, and as such, we suppose it’s about time that the rumor mill get things going. Now thanks to renders released by @OnLeaks and 91mobiles, they have shared what appears to be the design of the upcoming Galaxy S11 handset.

We can’t be sure of how accurate these renders are, but in the past, @OnLeaks and 91mobiles have been pretty spot on with their leaks. According to these renders, we can see several design changes that Samsung has made to the phone compared to its predecessor. One of those changes involves the front-facing camera, which has been moved from the side to the front.

It also appears that Samsung will continue to use the hole-punch design which is a bit of a pity, as we’re sure that some were hoping that the company would have finalized its in-display camera tech by now. Another major change would be the camera setup on the back, where Samsung has opted for a boxy camera module design.

From what we can tell, it appears that the handset will be sporting four cameras, but what exactly are their configurations remains to be seen. Take this leak with a grain of salt for now, but hopefully we’ll have more details in the future.

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