Yesterday we heard that the Samsung Galaxy S21 (also known as Galaxy S30) may arrive in January at the earliest. Today, we have another leak to report: the first photo shows the appearance of the phone.
The renderings are provided by the experienced salesman @OnLeaks, who posted various images showing the upcoming phone from all angles (embedded below). These pictures should be fairly accurate considering the source tracking records.
You will notice that the design of the rear camera has changed a lot, and the camera unit seems to be wrapped in the top corner of the device. Our first impression is very positive, but of course, your mileage may vary.
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In fact, the new design looks like the evolution we saw in the rear cameras of the Galaxy S20 and Note 20, which are all located in the upper left corner of the back of the phone. Of course there are differences.
In terms of the appearance of the phone, the appearance does not seem to have changed much-there is still a hole-punch camera at the top center of the display, just like we saw on the Galaxy S20 and Note 20.
It is said that the corner to corner of the front display is “approximately” 6.2 inches, while the overall dimensions are 151.7 mm x 71.2 mm x 7.9 mm (5.9 inches x 2.8 inches x 0.31 inches). The camera protrusion has obviously increased by 1.1 mm or 0.04 inches.
Also from the same source: The January release is clearly happening, which is a month earlier than Samsung’s usual release of its Galaxy S series phones. Perhaps the company hopes to be ahead of its competitors in 2021.
From the information we have heard so far, it seems likely that Samsung will adopt the Galaxy S21 naming method instead of following the 10-bit jump between Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S20.
Via Android Police