As we’ve already mentioned on occasion, Samsung’s next high-end phones are just around the corner. The 2020 pandemic has altered the launch plans for several brands and Samsung will be one of the ones to push its schedule forward to 2021, bringing future Samsung Galaxy S21s to the first days of January. It is said, not yet confirmed, that we will see them on January 14.
So, since we had already seen the front image of the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, the leaks have run their course and Evan Blass himself has posted the full pictures of the entire trio of future phones. Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21 + and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra hold no secrets regarding its appearance and coloring. This is what the leaked images show us.
This is the Samsung Galaxy S21
We’re starting with the first of the leaked models, which in turn is the most basic on the brand’s upcoming list of launches. The Samsung Galaxy S21 5G that lands with what appears to be a completely flat screen
For the back, a totally clean design with the brand’s logo at the bottom and cameras located in a module protruding from the body in the upper left corner, a drawing he shares with his two other brothers. In this module, we can see three lenses for its three sensors, and the LED flash is on the outside of the module, integrated into the body next to it.
Same design for the three brothers, except the quintuple camera module for the Ultra
The button panel is on the right side of the phone if we look at the screen, with the volume buttons above the power button, and we only need to see the top and bottom bezels to check the speaker slot and USB Type-C port. By the way, the fingerprint reader will be integrated into the screen just like in previous generations, especially since something strange has to happen so that we are not faced with a Dynamic AMOLED made by Samsung itself.
Regarding colors, Evan Blass teaches us four colors for the future Samsung Galaxy S21 5G. We will have it in color Negro and in color White, the first of which has the camera module in the same color while the second opts for a silver module. We will also have a body purple and other Rosa, both with the camera module in gold color.
This is the Samsung Galaxy S21 +
We hit the middle brother of the following trio of versions from Samsung and came across a design virtually identical to the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, unlike the colors. We have the same screen with the same perforation in the same place, also an individual perforation which indicates that the front camera will be simple. And also the same indication that we will have a flat screen, by the way.
On the back, the same layout with the same camera module, which is also triple. Resolutions and so on will change, but aesthetically they look like the same phone. In the S21 + or S21 Plus, however, we will have a new color. The white and pink models disappear and a new model appears in light gray
This is the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
Finally we come to the last of the models and here you can see a big jump, although only at the rear. The front is apparently identical, although the pictures do not clearly indicate whether the screen will stay flat or curved. Yes, you can see that the front camera will continue to work on its own, except for last minute surprises.
Five cameras and a seemingly flat screen but this cannot be confirmed by the leaked images yet
As for the camera module, here we go directly from the three cameras of his younger brothers to nothing more and nothing less than five sensors, with the integrated LED flash between the two cameras on the right. Thus, we will have a first column of three large lenses on the left and two smaller lenses located in the right column. Five cameras for the giant of the next Galaxy S21, the Ultra model.
As for the colors, it looks like in the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G we will only have two options, keeping the colors we have seen in previous models. We will have the model Negro with black camera module which is in all three phones and also a model Grey with silver module, the addition that we have already seen in the Galaxy S21 +.
Via | Evan Blass 1, 2 and 3