Renders have appeared of the alleged Galaxy S21 smartphone from Samsung. It shows a new back, with a kind of ‘curved’ camera island. Samsung is rumored to announce the S21 series in January.
The images are from Twitter user OnLeaks, which publishes the images on Voice. OnLeaks regularly publishes renders of unannounced smartphones. He makes these renders himself based on CAD files, which he receives from accessory makers, for example. OnLeaks’ renders are regularly truthful.
The alleged Galaxy S21 has, among other things, a renewed back, with a camera island that partially bends around the edge of the device and appears to be ‘integrated’ in the metal frame of the smartphone, OnLeaks writes. The three cameras themselves are still positioned one below the other, as with the various Galaxy S20 and Note 20 smartphones. However, the single flash is placed outside the camera island this time.
According to OnLeaks, the regular S21 has a screen diagonal of approximately 6.2 “with a single selfie camera, which is integrated in a hole in the screen. The device would have dimensions of 151.7×71.2×7.9mm. With the camera set-up, the smartphone are about 9mm thick The Twitter user does not share any further technical specifications of the Galaxy S21.
OnLeaks states that the device may already be announced in January 2021, based on its own sources. This is in line with previous rumors about the S21 series. Samsung would come with a Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra in January.
The Galaxy S21 renders. Pictures via OnLeaks