For the past years, Samsung has been adopting a February to March schedule to release its first yearly flagships under the Galaxy S series. However, according to certain rumors, the company will be bringing the new Galaxy S21 family a little earlier than usual. There is a huge amount of leaks pouring out every day regarding the new devices. It’s hard to not think that these devices are coming earlier. After all, there are even certification documents emerging. Apparently, the new flagship family will land in January.
Yesterday, a couple of renders emerged revealing Galaxy S21 series design. Apparently, Samsung is bringing some big changes to its design philosophy with the new devices. The Galaxy S21 seems to be leaving the usual rectangular camera island in favor of a shape that seems to be going to the edge of the handset.
The Galaxy S21 is said to come with a 6.2-inch display. The device will have 9mm thickness and that includes the camera bump. The device has 151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9mm bezels.
The S21 Ultra will also follow a similar design language. However, in counterpart to the regular variant. The Ultra comes with a Quad-Camera module on the rear. The device will come with two telephoto lenses to boost distinct zoom levels. The device will be quite thick with 10.8mm.
This article says 6.8" 144Hz on the Ultra and asks about LTPO. We can confirm LTPO as well as 6.8", we think 120Hz with one other exciting feature...https://t.co/OFdefsYeFb— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 28, 2020
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra— TechUpdates7 (@PerfectPps) October 26, 2020
6.8 inch Dynamic Amoled display
Snapdragon 875/ Exynos 2100
120hz/144hz refresh rate
108Mp Primary Camera
Android 11 based on One UI 3.0
Color: Black/ Silver#SamsungGalaxyS21Ultra
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