Galaxy S21+ Real Live Images Exposed

According to previous reports, Samsung may hold a new Galaxy product launch event on January 14th. As time progresses, there has been more and more news about the Samsung Galaxy S21 series recently. Today, real live images of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ on Twitter have been exposed which fully describes the design of the phone.

According to the image, the overall design of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ is basically in line with the previously exposed renderings. Although the screen design of the device has been confirmed before, after seeing the real device images, people can’t help but admire Samsung’s screen technology.

It can be seen that the visual effect on the front of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ is great. While the screen frame is extremely narrow, it is almost equal in width on all four sides. Only the lower frame is slightly narrower than the other three sides.

According to previous reports, Samsung Galaxy S21+ will be equipped with a 6.7-inch OLED display with a resolution of FHD+ and a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ uses a rear three-camera solution, with specifications of 64 million pixel telephoto + 12 million pixels main camera + 12 million pixels super wide-angle rear three-camera combination, supporting 3X hybrid optical zoom, where the main camera aperture is F/1.8, the equivalent focal length is 26mm, and it supports OIS optical image stabilization.

In terms of configuration, the Samsung Galaxy S21+ overseas version will be equipped with Samsung’s own Exynos 2100 processor, while in China and other regions, it will use Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 processor, equipped with 8GB+128/256GB memory combination, and a built-in 4800mAh battery. , Support 25W fast charge. It is worth noting that according to past practice, Samsung will be equipped with different configuration combinations on the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ models. This year, there is news that the two models are only slightly different in terms of battery capacity. The other parameters are exactly the same.

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