iPhone 11 Pro Concept: Put The LED Flash Ring Around The Camera Module, Instead Of A Flash Sensor

In the past year, we have seen almost all kinds of iPhone 11 design forms, being rendered again and again. Now, the designer Hasan Kaymak has come up with another concept, in which he placed the pop-up camera, the LED ring for the flash, and the "four camera lens in a square bump" on the iPhone 11 Pro.

In terms of the camera system, the iPhone 11 Pro is featured with a 12 megapixel FaceTime pop-up camera and a 4 rear camera lens, and there will be a large LED flash ring around the camera module, which I personally think is really a clever idea, and Apple would learn a lot from this. Although the LED ring around the 4 camera system on the back looks pretty poor in the black version, at the very least, the white version does truly appeals to me.

Indeed, the pop-up camera of the iPhone 11 Pro recalls us of more Vivo Nex S than the OnePlus 7 Pro. However, the iPhone 11 Pro may have some problems with the Face ID. Obviously, the user will have to waste more time unlocking the device and must wait for the front-facing camera to pop up and then scan the user's face instead of simply glance at the phone as before, or Apple might as well just bring the Touch ID back.

In any case, with the updated camera system and enhanced FaceTime camera, the design concept of the iPhone 11 Pro from Hasan Kaymak is particularly attractive to some folks. What do you think of the design?

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