New iPhone XI renders show what its triangular rear camera would look like
By Linky Johnson 2019-05-07 428 0
First of all, we must remember that these are images generated and not real, in theory based on information and details obtained by its designer. In the past OnLeaks renders have ended up being very faithful to reality, although from here to September, when the next iPhone is expected, many things can happen.
Three lenses tucked into a square module
The images, published exclusively in Cashkaro, show in much more detail the supposed design of the iPhone XI, especially in the section that has caused the most commotion since the first leaks: the rear cameras.
Actually there are not many changes with respect to the render of January, but it is necessary to remove the rule to see differences of millimeters in the placement of the elements. Of course, at that time there was talk that this layout could be a prototype, but time goes by and the rumors of the triangle camera are repeated.
There is nothing written about tastes, but the truth is that some angles look better than others. In this second render, the cameras seem to be huge, almost reaching the edge of the square with rounded edges that contains them and that protrudes a few millimeters from the body. If it's confirmed, we'll have to see how it stays stable when resting on the table.
OnLeaks states that he will give small details later on about what he knows about this iPhone that, according to him, will end up being called iPhone XI, so for now we have to wait. For the moment we keep these images, which also show that the notch would remain well visible and wide in the next generation.
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