THE Samsung Galaxy S21 is one of the most talked about phones of the past week. Last Friday we revealed here that there are good possibilities for the equipment to be announced later this year, and reach the market in the early days of 2021.
Now, a new leak reveals the first render images of the smartphone. The images in question were made available by our well known @onleaks, which we all know is always very well informed about the world of Samsung. However, it never hurts to remember that they are not renders but we can still give you some credit because of your credibility.
Renders of the new Samsung Galaxy S21 unveiled on the Web
The images we see above show that the equipment will arrive with a very different design than what we are used to seeing, but that still has Samsung’s DNA. The main highlight seems to be its photographic arrangement, which seems to be innovative, as it has a new module that appears to be made of metal. Inside that module we find 3 cameras, while the flash was placed outside, directly at the rear (as in the Galaxy Note20). At the front we have a 6.2-inch flat panel, with a single hole in the upper central part, where the front camera is placed.
The dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy S21, as it is being revealed, would be 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm, and its thickness reaches 9 mm if we also consider the camera module.
Last but not least, the @onleaks it also corroborates the hypothesis of an early arrival of the new Samsung line, as its sources report a launch scheduled for January 2021, and again with the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus and a Galaxy S21 Ultra.
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