Samsung is reportedly in the works to launch its upcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S21 series. So far, we have received plenty of leaks, rumors, and reports surrounding the devices that belong to the Galaxy S21 lineup. A little while ago, the alleged Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphone popped up on the Chinese 3C Certification Authority website, which revealed that the device could feature 25W fast charging support. Today, a new leak has arrived, and this one leaves little room for imagination, as it showcases the Samsung Galaxy S21 in all its glory – front and back. Take a look.
Samsung Galaxy S21 design leaked way ahead of launch
The Samsung Galaxy S21 renders have been published by noted tipster @Onleaks (source link in the end). The leakster has posted the official-looking renders of the device on the Voice platform. As seen in the images, this is what the Samsung Galaxy S21 will reportedly look like. At the front, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will feature a centrally-aligned single punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. The front does not appear to have changed much, if we compare it with its predecessor series.
At the back is where things start getting interesting. The Samsung Galaxy S21 will reportedly feature a familiar triple rear camera module, but the module housing it somewhat extends all the way to the side of the device.
As far as the display of the device is concerned, the leak suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S21 could feature a display, which could measure around 6.2-inch across its diagonal. The leakster has also estimated the dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy S21 – 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm (9.0mm with the camera bump included). To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy S21, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.
For now, this is all the intel that we have on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21, but we are sure to receive more information on the same in the coming days. Whenever we do, we will keep you posted on the same. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series of devices? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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