A new render video made by Cashkaro.com shows how the upcoming iPhone XI will look like and the best part is that you can check out the concept for this smartphone from all sides. This means that you can see the front, the back and every corner in detail. The render really looks slick and the triple camera setup completely stands out.
The render shows the iPhone XI having a smooth finish in the outside with an-all display screen without any notches. The phone looks a little heavy, that could be because of the triple camera on the rear which looks really good and is housed under a square bump if you look at the images in the video closely.
The design on the iPhone XI is very similar to that of the iPhone XS, having similar notch and bezels. The screen size seems to be around 5.8 inches, again similar to iPhone XS with the only difference being noticed is the with the camera bump which could be 9mm thick.
Techradar gave some insights on the triple-lens camera:
If the new iPhone 11 does turn out to look like this, the camera design doesn’t appear to follow the elegant, minimalist styling that Apple is known for – although we’ll have to wait until launch before we can properly gauge consumer reaction.
The fact that an additional camera on the rear will provide added functionality to the camera – if could be an ultra-wide lens or a telephoto lens allowing for optical zoom – may outweigh any negative feelings on how it looks.