Samsung loves good leaks, after all, when it comes time to launch its new smartphones, we already know everything or almost everything… However, it is increasingly obvious that something is up with the company’s new Galaxy S!
After all, in the last week, the agenda has been ‘leaks’ about the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30 (name not yet decided). Which is strange, since we are still in October and the launch usually happens only in February with availability of the product itself only in March.
Is that in a very curious way… We already know everything about the next top of the range Samsung!
So, in case you don’t know, there are good possibilities for the equipment to be announced later this year! Arriving at the market at Christmas time, or later, in the early days of 2021.
Well, now, a new leak reveals the first smartphone images! What gives weight to this theory!
The images belong to the well-known @onleaks. However, it never hurts to remember that they are not official renders, but that we can still give you some weight due to the credibility of the source.
However, the images show that the equipment will arrive with a slightly different design than what we are used to seeing! But it still has Samsung’s traditional design philosophy.
That said, it is notorious that the highlight goes to the rear camera module, after all, it appears to be metal. Inside this module we find 3 cameras with the flash placed outside. Meanwhile, at the front, we have a 6.2-inch flat screen, with a single hole in the upper center, where the front camera is placed. (Unfortunately, it’s not yet on the new Samsung range tops that we’ll see the hidden front camera)
The dimensions seem to be 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm, and its thickness reaches 9 mm if we also consider the camera module.
Finally, @onleaks also supports the hypothesis of an early arrival of Samsung’s new line! Since its sources report a launch scheduled for January 2021, and again with the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus and a Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
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