As last year’s iPhone came with some incremental updates, the 2019 iPhone 11 from Apple is undoubtedly expected to offer a more radical design overhaul for their fans. Some new iPhone 2019 renders were leaked so we might have an idea of how this smartphone will look like.
There are some images coming from @OnLeaks, a noted phone tipster in partnership with CompareRaja. They show off an alleged prototype of the phone that features a triple camera system on its rear. Even though we can’t confirm this, the site claims that what they show are legitimate pre-production devices.
The fact that the camera system is made out of three lenses is no chock as multiple reports suggested that one of the iPhones from the trio that Apple will release this year will feature such a setup. That will be similar to Huawei P20 Pro’s idea.
In the image below you can quickly notice that the camera setup makes the next iPhone look so different from its predecessors all due to the primary camera block that is placed in the center-top of the device by a tweaked horizontal alignment, rather than having it in the corner. This could only be possible if the flash od the rear camera would be changed to a light ring surrounding the central module.
We are also disappointed to see that there is still a notch on the phone, but what is great is that it looks quite smaller in size than the last year’s version. This is one clue that Apple is keen on emoving the notch completely.
This triple camera system, according to unconfirmed speculations, might only equip the iPhone 11 Max, the highest-end 2019 iPhone.
We think that this is a good idea as people who do not consider this camera setup good-looking can opt for the other iPhones in the trio.
Anton Barazen is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Anton earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Anton has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.