iPhone 11 Depicted In Aura Glow Color Variant Similar To Note 10
If there's one thing that's certain, it's that Samsung has matured its smartphone design over the years. The Galaxy Note 10 lineup is a testament to this fact, and the phablets' Aura Glow variant is one of a kind. If you're an iPhone fan, and you're jealous of Galaxy Note users of this variant, we've got some good news today for you, for the iPhone 11. Take a look below for more details.
iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max Rendered In A Gradient Color Finish Similar To Galaxy Note 10's Aura Glow
Right now, we've got exactly five days left before Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup is official. Leaks and rumors for the smartphones have suggested that we'll once again get rear camera upgrades this year, as Apple adds a camera sensor on each of last year's iPhones. So, the iPhone 11, rumored to succeed the iPhone 10 will have a dual-camera setup, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max that will succeed the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max respectively will feature a triple rear camera setup.
Now, we've got renders from the case manufacturer Olixar that might hint at a new color option for the iPhone. Samsung's Aura Glow variant for the Galaxy Note 10 is amazing, and now, if you take a look at the images below, you'll see that perhaps Apple's also got something similar planned for its fans.
We've chosen to include two of the countless renders that Olixar has provided to the good folks over at Mobilefun. The first of these shows an iPhone 11 Pro Max in a color variant similar to Samsung's Aura Glow for the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The second shows the Pro Max in Rose color. If you're astute, you'll notice that the camera housing for the two devices in the images above is different. One has a black color, and the other doesn't.
This small but important detail suggests one of three possibilities. Either Apple's planning to spice things up ever more with the iPhone by introducing different camera sensor housings. Or, the second image is based on outdated information. The third possibility is that Olixar's got the details wrong, and we won't either see an Aura variant or a Rose variant with black camera housing. Which one of these is correct, we'll find out soon enough.
Until then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We'll keep you updated on the latest.