iPhone 12 has taken over the news with Apple shipping first iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro pre-orders already. However, Samsung isn’t too far behind with its brand new Galaxy S21; the leaks so far have a lot of claims regarding its camera bumps and the overall design.
If you have already made a guess on the leaker then you are most definitely right on the money. The revered smartphone tipster, Steve Hemmerstoffer, famously known as @onLeaks has spilled major beans on Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
So, what can we expect from Samsung’s next flagship that could arrive as early as January 2021? Sooner than usual, right?
Well, according to @onLeaks’ Samsung S21 renders that are based on leaks show a massive camera bump that cannot escape anyone’s eyes. Housing at least 4 shooters in Ultra model with a flash and is almost half of the phone’s width could either be a favorite or a complete miss for the consumers. As for the regular model, the renders show three shooters, only.
@onLeaks further tipped that Samsung may fit not one but two zoom cameras. Although the leaks do not show any S-Pen Support, the famous leaker didn’t rule out the possibility either.
The exterior profile doesn’t provide much information apart from the obvious difference of Bezels that are almost non-exist in Galaxy S21 Ultra while the smaller member seems to sport thicker more visible bezels. Hopefully, this isn’t just Samsung trying to upsell its more expensive variant.
Again, there isn’t an in-depth leak on the specs that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will sport. However, @onLeaks revealed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have a display between 6.7 to 6.9-inches with a slightly curved screen, measuring around 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm with 10.8mm additional with the camera bump. This makes the S21 Ultra slightly smaller than its predecessor. On the other hand, the regular Galaxy S21 matches S20 in measurements and screen size; making it 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm with 9.0mm of the camera and 6.2 inches of the display respectively.
Check out @onLeaks’ 360 video for closer inspection.