A leak revealed some first details about the new Samsung Galaxy S21 (or Samsung Galaxy S30, depending on the name the company will choose for the next release). The leak came about two months after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series.
The renders were released by Steve Hemmerstoffer, the user @OnLeaks, who already has a reliable history of leaked renders. The images were published on the social network Voice.
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The question about the name is due to the fact that Samsung’s usual release cycle involves the launch of the S series in the first quarter and the launch of the Note series in the third quarter every year.
The biggest change in the Samsung Galaxy S21 is the rear camera area, which now starts in the corner and locates the three rear cameras in a deeper area. The structure of the device appears to be made of metal. It is also possible to identify a USB Type-C port located at the bottom, in addition to the speaker grids.
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At the front, there is a 6.2 “flat screen with a single centralized and also sunken front camera. The OnLeaks user mentions that the device will measure around 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm, with the protrusion of the camera reaching a thickness of up to 9 mm.
The next series of the Samsung Galaxy S should involve three phones: the regular variant, the Plus, and the Ultra, although the nomenclature may change in some ways. launched before the normal launch window, with OnLeaks mentioning a launch as early as January 2021.
Other rumors speculate that Samsung could be adhering only to modest updates, rather than revolutionary changes or a general update. The user @IceUniverse suggests that Samsung may direct the 25W TA-800 charger to the regular and Plus variants.
This is the same charger that comes with many of your other phones in different price ranges, such as the Galaxy M31s and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Samsung can also include an S Pen with the cutting edge variants of the S series.
Another rumor suggests that the company could be looking for monitors from multiple partners, rather than just staying with Samsung monitors. However, all of these are rumors, it remains to be expected to have more official information.
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