GoPro Hero11 Black leaks in full glory ahead of launch

Images and specs of the yet-to-be-announced GoPro Hero11 Black action camera have surfaced online, thanks to leakster Roland Quandt of WinFuture. These are coming ahead of the next product launch which is expected to take place around mid-September this year.

Based on the image provided, the next-gen GoPro action camera looks almost no different from his predecessor. In detail, the device sports a main camera and a 1.4-inch LCD screen on the front, while taking up the majority of its back is a 2.27-inch LCD touchscreen. A power/mode button combo is also visible on its left, a battery compartment and USB-C port on the right, and a record button on top. Finally, located under the Hero11 Black is a bracket for attaching tripods, grips, etc. compatible.

In terms of specs, Quandt says the new GoPro Hero11 Black will feature a new 27MP image sensor that comes with a wider field of view (FOV) compared to its predecessors. This new sensor enables the camera to record video at 5.3K resolution at 60 frames per second (fps), 4K at 120 fps, and take photos at 24.7MP resolution. The brand’s signature HyperSmooth 5.0 digital image stabilization technology, voice commands and the ability to recognize smiles and blinks are also onboard.


The leakster adds that the next-gen action camera will use the same removable 1,720mAh battery as last year’s model, meaning it can offer a similar 2.5 hours of continuous video recording at low speeds. mild and warmer temperatures. On that note, Quandt didn’t elaborate on whether the Hero11 Black would feature any improvements in terms of internal cooling, but he did note that the device is capable of withstanding water depths of up to 10 meters.

Image: GoPro, via WinFuture

If the leakster’s information is to be believed, GoPro is expected to give us more details regarding the Hero11 Black later this month during the rumored upcoming launch. Naturally, you can expect its price and expected availability date to be revealed at that time as well.

(Source: Roland Quandt, via WinFuture)

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