We’ve all seen the concepts of Apple’s rumored ‘iPhone XI’ with its square camera bump housing a triple-lens camera system, but new images shake things up a little by imagining a central camera housing with a reduced notch.
The new concepts come from Indian website CompareRaja in partnership with Steve Hemmerstoffer of Onleaks who claim the visuals depict “100% legit prototypes.” used by Apple during testing, the same as those shared by Digit.in last week which again claimed their images were based on engineering validation test hardware.
The concepts feature a reduced size notch, with the concepts matching Latvian based designer Benjamin Geskin’s visualization imagining a notch 33% smaller than the one found on current iPhone models by relocating the front facing built-in stereo speaker and microphone.
CompareRaja‘s images show an iPhone with three lenses in a horizontal arrangement, with a flash located around the middle of the three lenses. A microphone is located below, while the volume buttons are on the left side of the device and the power button is on the right, in line with current devices.
The full gallery of the central triple-lens camera renderings can be found on CompareRaja. So far we haven’t had any component leaks or factory visuals to confirm what camera layout Apple may use, so we’ll have to wait a little longer until we get a firm idea of what exactly is in the pipeline.