Yesterday we heard that the Samsung Galaxy S21 (also known as the Galaxy S30) may arrive as early as January. Today we have to report another leak: the first photos showing what the phone might look like.
The visualization is provided by the experienced @OnLeaks tooltip, which has published many images showing the future phone from all sides (built-in below). Given the track record of the source, these photos must be fairly accurate.
You will notice that there have been significant design changes from the rear camera’s point of view, as the camera unit seems to rotate around the top corner of the device. Our first impressions are quite positive, but, of course, your mileage may be different.
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The new design actually looks like an evolution of what we saw with the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 rear cameras located in the upper left corner on the back of the phones. This is, of course, something a little different.
From the front, it doesn’t look like much has changed in terms of phone aesthetics – in the center at the top of the display is still a perforated camera, as we saw on both the Galaxy S20 and Note 20.
The front display is said to be “approximately” 6.2 inches from corner to corner, while the overall dimensions have inclinations of 151.7 mm x 71.2 mm x 7.9 mm (5.9 inches x 2.8 inches x 0 , 31 inches). The camera seems to add an extra 1.1mm or 0.04 inches.
Also from the same source: it is clear that there was a January launch, which a month earlier than Samsung, usually launches its Galaxy S series phones. Perhaps the company wants to get a head start from its rivals in 2021.
From what we’ve heard so far, it’s likely that Samsung is going to name the Galaxy S21, rather than follow the 10-digit jump that took place between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S20.
Via Android Police