The first computer-generated images of the Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra devices appeared from a company Samsung, which gives us a glimpse of what appears to be an improvement compared to the current design of the Galaxy S20 series.
The photos were posted by famous leaked Steve Hemmerstoffer – known on Twitter as (OnLeaks) – Pictures Computer producer that shows the possible design of the (S21) or (Galaxy S30), depending on the new naming convention from Samsung.
Given Hammerstover’s track record and Samsung’s usual major release cycle of launching the S series in the first quarter, and releasing the Note series in the third quarter of every year, it’s very likely that these images are somewhat accurate.
As for the design, it shows (S21) what looks very familiar from the front, where there is a flat screen size of 6.2 inches, with a hole (Infinity-O) contains no doubt on the front camera.
It seems that there is a difference in the design of the back of the phone with a triple-lens camera, and you can see the camera bump extending around the edges of the frame, with the presence of the built-in LED flash on the back, which was last seen in the Galaxy Note 10 series.
It is not clear exactly what lenses are, and the primary 108-megapixel lens seen on the S20 series and Note 20 may appear, and it is likely that there is an ultra-wide angle lens and possibly a telephoto zoom lens.
Hammerstover also shared the dimensions of the upcoming phone of 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm (9.0 mm with the camera bump), without sharing any other specifications with the images.
There are rumors about the (Exynos 1080) chipset that may be integrated into the (Galaxy S21), but it is rumored that this chipset is of the middle class incompatible with the series (S21) leading.
The popular leak also published computer generated images of the proposed (S21 Ultra) or (S30 Ultra) phone.
And the high-end smartphone has some noticeable differences in the design, including a curved screen that is said to be between 6.7 and 6.9 inches.
It is also said that the dimensions of the phone are 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9 mm, and there is a camera unit on the back that is somewhat similar to the current (Galaxy S20 Ultra) camera.
The (S21 Ultra) comes with four sensors and a flash unit (LED) located inside the camera bump, not inside the phone body itself.
There have been many rumors and calls to merge the S series and the Note together, but the computer generated images of the upcoming phones do not feature a hole for the S Pen.
It is expected that the following (Galaxy S) series will include three phones: the regular version, the (Plus) version, and the (Ultra) version, although the name may change.
Moreover, it is expected that the devices will be launched sooner than the usual release window, with the possibility of launching mentioned as soon as January 2021.