Recently, there have been speculations that the next-generation’s Galaxy S21 series smartphones will be launched as early as January next year.
Now, four months ahead of its rumored launch date, the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra design had been leaked by well-accredited leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer in a series of CAD renderings.
Starting with the Galaxy S21, the device will be arriving with a flat display at the front which retains the same central hole-punch design we’d seen on the Galaxy S20. This time round, its front display is said to measures 6.2″ diagonally.
Over at the back, its camera housing comes with an obvious redesign that looks different from what we’d saw among the current S20 series smartphones.
The triple camera setup of the Galaxy S21 will be joint by a LED flash that’s located towards the right of the camera housing. From the renders, its also pretty much confirmed that the camera bump will still be present at the back.
Coming to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, the device will be arriving with a slightly larger, 6.7″ – 6.9″ curved display. Compared to the current Galaxy S20 Ultra, it seems like we can expect even thinner bezels on the forehead and chin of the upcoming Galaxy S21 Ultra.
On the flip-side, the Galaxy S21 Ultra features a huge camera bump which is said to be almost twice the size of the vanilla Galaxy S21. As expected, it will come with an additional camera at the back which brings its total camera count to four.
At current stage, there still isn’t much information pertaining to the specs of the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra. However, they are expected to be powered by the upcoming flagship Exynos 1000/ Exynos 2100 chipset.