Galaxy S21 + and S21 Ultra: here is the first stolen photo of Samsung smartphones

The Galaxy S21 + and S21 Ultra are illustrated in a stolen photo that appeared on the web. After the many renderings published in recent weeks, this umpteenth leak corroborates the distinctive design elements of the range, including the photo block that protrudes on the edges.

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The Galaxy S21s continue to be talked about. This Monday, December 7, 2020, the Dutch media LetsGoDigital published 3D renderings of the Galaxy S21 based on official images. These new images confirm information from previous leaks. As expected, the Galaxy S21 (S30) are not much different from the Galaxy S20 or the Galaxy Note 20.

Hours later, a YouTuber called Sakitech posted the first stolen photo showing the Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra in a video on YouTube (see below). The leak coincides with the already known design elements of both variants.

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The stolen photo confirms the huge photo block of the S21 Ultra

On the left, the Galaxy S21 Ultra surprises with the size of its rectangular photo block. This block houses a total of 5 modules, including 3 large lenses and two more discreet sensors. According to information from Sakitech, Samsung would bet on a new main photo sensor of 108 megapixels, an ultra-wide lens of 12 megapixels, a telephoto lens with 10x zoom, a telephoto lens and a final sensor whose configuration is still a mystery.

Obviously, Samsung completes this set up with an LED flash housed between the two modules on the right. This stolen photo confirms that the glass that protects and covers the sensors extends over the edge of the smartphone. This design is, to our knowledge, unique in the mobile telephony market.

For its part, the Galaxy S21 +, less upscale, must be satisfied with a triple photo sensor. Again, the protective glass slides over the edge of the mobile. This camera would consist of two 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensors and a 64MP telephoto lens. Sakitech claims that Samsung will use the same configuration on the standard Galaxy S21.

The videographer estimates that the presentation of the range will take place in January rather than February 2021. We tell you more as soon as possible about the Galaxy S21. While waiting for more information, feel free to give your opinion in the comments below.