Samsung is all set to launch its Galaxy S-series smartphone in January 2021 at Galaxy Unpacked event. The company is said to launch three new smartphones including the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. We have already witnessed a series of leaks and rumours claiming the specifications and features of the upcoming smartphone. Now a new leaked render of the Galaxy S21 Plus has surfaced on the web revealing the official marketing pictures of the flagship smartphone. Here’s a closer look at the leaked renders of the Galaxy S21 Plus.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus Official Marketing Pictures
Popular tipster Roland Quandt has shared an image of the upcoming Galaxy S21 Plus revealing the design and colour of the phone. The leaked render claims that the phone will be launched in Phantom black and white colour options. The rear camera module seems to be placed at the top left corner of the back panel in a vertical alignment along with an LED flash.
“Samsung Galaxy S21 (Plus): Official marketing pics of the new flagship phones. S21 in all colors, S21+ in Black. Love that frame around the cameras,” reads Roland’s tweet.
Samsung Galaxy S21 (Plus): Official marketing pics of the new flagship phones. S21 in all colors, S21+ in Black. Love that frame around the cameras: https://t.co/d9wLZcApdo
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) December 17, 2020
The leaked image of the smartphone also revealed that the phone will feature a triple rear camera setup and sports a flat-screen. The front panel houses a punch-hole cutout design placed at the top centre of the display to accommodate the selfies camera sensor.
The latest render of the Galaxy S21 Plus backs the previous leaks and renders and considering all the leaks and renders so far we can safely assume that the smartphone might sport a similar design or something around the leaked design.
Rumours also raised questions over the plastic back seen on the Galaxy S21 Plus, being a flagship smartphone featuring a plastic back is not expected from a majority of Samsung fans. The company was already highly criticized by reviewers and experts for including a plastic back on the Galaxy Note 20. Let’s see what Samsung is planning for next year’s flagship series and how serious it will take the previous criticism.