Some new renders of iPhone 11 have just been leaked and the new camera system of Apple’s upcoming flagship phone might surprise you. These images were posted by noted leaker @OnLeaks in partnership with @CompareRaja and they reveal a prototype of iPhone 11, which this time features a different design of the triple-camera system on its back.
Is this how upcoming iPhone 11 will look like?
According to the blog post that was recently made by @CompareRaja, the pictures that were shared illustrate in fact legitimate pre-production devices. However, at the moment it is too early to know whether this is how the iPhone will look like or not.
When it comes to the new design of the camera system, it is not completely surprising, since based on various reports we already expect to see at least one new iPhone this year that will feature a trio of camera lenses. Still, the part that was unpredicted and surprised us is how the camera setup looks like, which is extremely different from other iPhone models from the past.
The new surprising design of the triple-camera system looks amazing
In the leaked picture above we can easily see a horizontal alignment of the cameras, with the primary camera block positioned in the center-top of the phone, and not in the corner (the way it was presented in previous leaks). In order for this to work, the flash of the rear camera was changed to a light ring that is located around the central module. We can also notice a small microphone below the central lens.
The iPhone still has a notch, but it seems to be much smaller than Apple’s cut-out from last year. This is a good sign, as it means that maybe the company is working on slowly removing this bothering detail from the front of its flagship handset.
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