Currently, Samsung Galaxy S21 leaks a lot, and this latest news shows us what we can see from the display.
Ice Universe posted two images on Twitter that looked like screen protectors, and the leaker labeled them as Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus.
As long as it is legal to provide these images, we will see that Samsung has always insisted on using a punch-hole design on the selfie camera. This is a design we are very familiar with now, thanks to the Galaxy S20 and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. It was previously reported that Samsung would provide a front camera with an insufficient display for the Galaxy S21
Galaxy S21, S21+ pic.twitter.com/BzIpHfdnXv November 13, 2020
The size meets your expectations, the Galaxy S21 Plus is larger than the basic S21. But we do not currently know their actual size.
The current Galaxy S20 display is 6.2 inches, while the Galaxy S20 Plus is 6.7 inches, so we can assume that the two S21 panels are the same, or at least within a tenth of an inch of their size.
Some people think that the screens of the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus will be somewhat curved, although we cannot confirm this from these images. On the other hand, there are rumors that the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s display has fully curved edges, which may help users to hold large phones comfortably.
It is worth seeing all corners of the display. The Galaxy S20 series has rounded corners, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series has sharp corners. These are somewhere in between, which is interesting because a recent leak claimed that the S21 Ultra will be compatible with the S Pen stylus, suggesting the merger of the two phone lines.
In addition to some adjustments in the design, we also expect that the Galaxy S21 series will be equipped with a new Snapdragon 875 chipset made with a 5-nanometer process, similar to the iPhone 12’s A14 Bionic. Moreover, we expect to upgrade at least one camera for the S20 Ultra, especially to include two optical zoom lenses, a 3x lens and a 10x periscope lens.
According to recent rumors, we are likely to see the debut of the Galaxy S21 series in January, so as the release approaches, we expect more leaks in the coming weeks.