Samsung Galaxy S21 series details leaked before launch, 6.9-inch display can be found in S21 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S21 + design has been leaked by a tipster on social media. The Galaxy S21 series has been in the news for the past few months for its leaks and speculations. Now the camera module of Samsung Galaxy S21 has also been revealed. However, the company has not officially confirmed the new lineup, but it includes the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra.

According to reports, Samsung plans to start production of the Galaxy S21 flagship in December, which is expected to be launched in January next year.

Ice Universe on social media has tweeted a render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 +. It can be seen in the leaked image that there are slim bezels around it and a punch hole cutout has been given at the top-center of the display. The volume rocker and power button can be seen on Right Aid.

Specification of S21 series

  • The front of the phone is visible in the image leaked by Ice Universe. My Smart-Price has shared the RAW CAD render of the Galaxy S21 +, in which the design of the phone is visible from all sides. The smartphone is expected to come with a flat 6.7-inch display and 161.5 × 75.6 × 7.85 mm dimensions. Design wise, it looks similar to the Vanilla Galaxy S21.
  • In another leak, tipster Kemi Nego shared a picture of the Samsung Galaxy S21 rear camera module on social media. The module shows a triple camera setup. It is similar to the first leaked renders of the smartphone, which shows a similar triple rear camera setup and a unique wrap-around design. Unlike other smartphones, the flash is placed outside the module. The Galaxy S21 is expected to get a 6.2-inch flat display, which will be surrounded by slim bezels all around.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, whose render was leaked with the Oneilla Galaxy S21, is expected to come with the Curve display. The screen can be between 6.7 and 6.9 inches. It could get a Sport for the S-Pen, however, no slot is expected in the phone to hold Samsung's signature stylus. According to reports, Samsung is planning to launch its next-generation flagship series in early January 2021. Production is expected to begin from December this year.