- Samsung Galaxy S21 series renders reveal the design of the flagships
- The phones are expected to be revealed on 14th January
- Samsung Galaxy S21 series is predicted to ship with punch-hole style, rectangular camera module, and 5G support
The Samsung Galaxy S21 launch event is predicted on 14th January, with reports tipping the sales to start later that month, as well as in Asian countries. Due to leaks and rumors in recent times, we tend to already grasp quite a good deal concerning the future S-series flagships. Now, multiple renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, comprising of the vanilla model, Galaxy S21 and, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, have surfaced on-line courtesy Evan Blass of @evleaks fame. These render departure nothing to the imagination and show off the future smartphones’ design and color choices. The renders iterate that the upcoming device set can feature a punch-hole style, multiple color choices, and a rectangular camera module.
The renders show that the Samsung Galaxy S21 contains a flat screen with a punch-hole cutout for the front-facing camera and a rectangular camera module with 3 lenses at the rear that runs through the side frame. The volume rocker and power button are placed well on the right side, whereas there’s nothing on the left. The Samsung Galaxy S21 bezels appear to be slightly thicker than the Galaxy S20. However, the rock bottom edge appears to shrink slightly. The phone is obtainable in Gold, Purple, White, and Black color choices.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 plus contains a similar style as the Galaxy S21. Key variations between the 2 models ought to be the screen size and a bigger battery. The Samsung Galaxy S21 plus contains a flat-screen too, a center-positioned punch-hole cutout, and triple cameras organized in a very similar rectangular module. The flagship can are available in similar colors as the Galaxy S21.
Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy S21 ultra gets a fresh-look. The flagship is alleged to come back with curved edges, a bigger screen with punch-hole style, and a rectangular camera module at the rear with quad-cameras rather than triple lenses, an LED flash, and what looks like optical laser auto-focus. The Samsung Galaxy S21 ultra ought to be the high-end model of the series, that may have a superior camera configuration, an even bigger screen, and battery.