The Samsung Galaxy S21 will be unveiled early next year and in just a month or two we will definitely know what the Korean company’s next flagship will look like. As always, leaks spoil the surprise for Samsung.
As always before the launch of big names or well-known smartphones, there are also leaks with the Galaxy S21 or its variants a few weeks before the release that shows the device or devices. The sources are different: sometimes the smartphones are photographed, sometimes CAD files serve as templates for computer-generated replicas.
In the past few days, however, there have been several leaks about the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra. Now it is the turn of the Galaxy S21 +. Those interested can take a 360-degree look at the device. With the help of the technical data, CoverPigtou has created a video in which the Galaxy S21 + rotates on its own axis.
Galaxy S21+ should have a 6.8-inch display
There are also specifications and dimensions (via SamMobile ), because the Galaxy S21 + should measure 161.55 x 75.6 x 7.86 millimeters. This means that the S21 + will be slightly larger than its predecessor and almost exactly the same size as the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. The display should be a 6.8-inch 120Hz panel.
The design of the camera is particularly noticeable here. Samsung is apparently trying to combine the bulky multi-lens setup with a metal unibody design. The result could be a novel, but definitely appealing solution. The question, however, is how “sharp” the edges of the device feel in the area of the camera.
The Galaxy S21 series should be presented in mid-January 2021 and should start at the end of the same month at the earliest. However, it is more likely that the S21 devices will be available from early February.