It has long being rumored that the next-generation’s Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones will be launched on January 14th next year. Ahead of its official launch, the official promo teasers of the Galaxy S21 series devices had already been leaked last week, revealing their design in full entirety.
To make the matter worse, the official press renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ had also been published by published by renowned leaker Ishan Agarwal in various color options.
As we know, both the Galaxy S21 and S21+ will share pretty much the same design visually with the latter being a tad larger in size. According to earlier reports, the Galaxy S21 and S21+ are said to feature a 6.2-inches and 6.7-inches FHD+ LTPS display respectively. Likewise, both will also be able to support up to 120Hz screen refresh rate.
Over at the back, we can easily spot that the rear panel and the camera bump will sport different color/ tone which is something unique to the Galaxy S21 series devices. Other than that, the camera bump is also treated with a redesign which allows us to easily differentiate the S21 series devices from their predecessors.
Once again, the vanilla Galaxy S21 is tipped to be arriving with the usual “glasstic” back panel which is made by a plastic material which looks and feels like an actual glass. The Galaxy S21+ on the other hand, is expected to be coming with a gorilla glass back.
The three cameras at the back are said to be a 12 megapixels primary shooter, 12 megapixels ultra-wide lens, as well as a 64 megapixels telephoto lens. This time round, both the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ are coming with 8K/30fps and 4K/60fps video recording options.
Under the hood, the pair will be powered by the either the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset and Samsung’s Exynos 2100 chipset depending on the region you’re residing.
Finally, the Galaxy S21 is tipped to be coming with a 4,000mAh battery, while its Galaxy S21+ counterpart has a slightly larger 4,800mAh battery. Sadly speaking, the Galaxy S21 series device will not be bundled with a phone charger in select markets.