Recently, the famous designer Hasan Kaymak has introduced a concept version of iPhone 11 Pro with an impressive overflowing screen, using a selfie camera mechanism to sneak out instead of the "rabbit ears" design ever seen on the ground. predecessor
In this concept, Hasan Kaymak envisions that iPhone 11 Pro has a total of 4 cameras on the back, with lenses arranged in a square module, with a LED strip surrounded on the outer edge. The front of the machine is a 6.3-inch Retina screen, accompanied by a 12MP selfie camera sensor placed in the camera cluster.
The indenting camera of iPhone 11 Pro reminds us of Vivo Nex S more than the OnePlus 7 Pro. Although the LED strip around the 4-camera system on the back looks pretty good in the white version, it is a bit "poor" with the black version. At the very least, we will have an extremely shiny area on the back of the phone, like a prominent gaming smartphone with LED lighting.
However, iPhone 11 Pro may have some problems with Face ID. Obviously, users will have to take more time to unlock the device, have to wait for the selfie camera to "pop up" before scanning the user's face, instead of just glancing at the phone as before.
For a clearer view of this iPhone 11 Pro concept, readers can see some other images below.