Samsung seems to have finished with all the major phone launch events this year. But rumor has it the tech giant has started focusing on the next-gen flagship smartphone lineups, the already praised Samsung Galaxy S21.  " />

New Samsung Galaxy S21+ Renders Hint at Display, Camera, and More

Samsung seems to have finished with all the major phone launch events this year. But rumor has it the tech giant has started focusing on the next-gen flagship smartphone lineups, the already praised Samsung Galaxy S21. 

The upcoming smartphone under the S21 series is expected to arrive earlier than its scheduled date and include three variants: the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21+, and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. 

A fresh report, however, offers us a few hints. Here is what you need to know.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ New Renders Details

The newly leaked renders shared by MySmartPrice include the Samsung Galaxy S21+ and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Sneak peeks of the smartphones are now available, and we can spot the rear cameras and other design details.

Camera and display details

According to the leaks, the standard models of the lineup will not get sleek camera setups at the rear panel. However, the Ultra variant appears to sport superior camera specs while the others have a regular one. 

Furthermore, the new camera setup spotted there seems to be a part of the metal frame surrounding the device. 

As for the bezels, they appear to be equal on all four sides of the 6.7-inch panel on the Samsung Galaxy S21+. The display also looks flatter, and it makes the smartphone a bit wider.

Upfront, the panel flaunts a punch-hole cutout at the top of the display for the camera sensor. 

Battery capacity

Coming to battery matters, the Samsung Galaxy S21+ appears to get the power from a mighty battery of 4,800mAh with 25W fast charging, coming clearly improvement. To recall, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ uses a smaller 4,500mAh battery. 

What to Expect

From those leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup is said to be revealed in January. If this turns out to be accurate, we can expect mass production to start. 

 

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