The Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra continue to unveil themselves. A few weeks before the announcement, a leak signed LetsGoDigital lifted the veil on the complete design of the three smartphones in the range. We discover in the details the rectangular photo block developed by Samsung.
This Monday, December 7, 2020, our Dutch colleagues from LetsGoDigital published 3D renderings showing in detail the design of the Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra. The media claim to have obtained dofficial images dedicated to marketing from a source close to Samsung. To protect its source, LetsGoDigital preferred to transform these images into renderings.
According to Max Weinbach, top informant and writer at XDA Developers, these renderings are 100% accurate. On Twitter, he simply specifies that the colors are not quite representative of the colors chosen by Samsung. Either way, the renderings corroborate previous leaks, including images designed by OnLeaks based on production drawings.
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Samsung inaugurates a new photo block design with the Galaxy S21
First of all, the images confirm the presence ofa rectangular photo block that extends around the edges of the smartphone. All models receive this new set up. If the S21 and S21 + are satisfied with three photo sensors, the S21 Ultra inherits a quadruple sensor. De facto, the block is much wider and extends more to the center of the rear face.
On the front, Samsung is once again focusing on a perforated Infinity-O screen. As expected, the slab is surrounded by borders which appear uniform. Note that the edges of the S21 and S21 + are flat, a bit like the iPhone 12. For its part, the S21 Ultra is surrounded by curved edges.
According to the latest news, Samsung would present the Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra during the month of February 2020. Contrary to previous rumors, the South Korean firm has not decided to bring the Unpacked conference forward to January. We’ll tell you more as soon as possible. While waiting for more information, feel free to give your opinion in the comments below.