A new Samsung Galaxy S21 leak has revealed what Samsung’s next-generation smartphone might look like, albeit in the form of a dummy metal unit.
Continuing its almost daily Galaxy S21 leak, Ice Universe tweeted images of dummy devices, giving us a first look at what the Galaxy S21 might look like in the real world. This is based on the renderings of the Galaxy S21 that we saw recently.
We can see the slightly strange shape of the camera of the Galaxy S21 from the rightmost model. This maintains pre-leaked plasters that show the convex glass more clearly. Unlike the rectangular cameras locked on the Galaxy S20 phones, the Galaxy S21
The S21, S21 + and S21 U models have expired. pic.twitter.com/sGI5nI1UGv November 19, 2020
The curved edges of the Galaxy S21 are also the most prominent in the rightmost model. This may be due to the fact that it is face down and all S21s have curved backs, but it is possible that this is specifically the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Earlier rumors claimed that the S21 Ultra would be the only S21 model with a truly curved display, while the smaller Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 would use flatter panels.
In a second tweet, Ice Universe claims that the S21 Ultra’s display will “refresh multiple recordings”. This sounds as if it could refer to the phone’s refresh rate, which so far has been rumored to be 120Hz like the Galaxy S20 series. However, there are 144Hz displays around, like that of the Asus ROG Phone 3, and there’s no reason that number can’t increase if Samsung decides that the refresh rate is a priority.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra screen will refresh many recordings. November 19, 2020
We expect the dimensions and resolutions of the three Galaxy S21 models to be the same as their S20 series counterparts. So it’s not clear where Samsung will break records, as there are phones with larger screens, folding displays and smartphones with 4K displays. We don’t make Samsung make a phone with an 8K display because it’s too much and would use too much power.
Maybe hearing LTPO technology for the S21 Ultra may be the key. This technology, first shown on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, allows for a truly variable refresh rate, which can save battery life, as the display can be reduced to 1 Hz when not in use.
Initially, there were rumors that the Galaxy S21 will be Samsung’s first phone with a selfie camera with an insufficient display. Unfortunately, this now seems fake, as the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is now considered the first phone to which Samsung responds to this technology.
Based on other rumors about the Galaxy S21, the three models will use a new Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 chip, depending on where they are sold. We’ll also see similar camera technology as the S20 series, except that the S21 Ultra looks set to get a second telephoto camera, allowing users to access two different optical zoom options: 3x and 10x.
Recent rumors suggest that we can expect to see the debut of the S21 in January 2021. It is assumed that it will launch earlier than usual to fight the iPhone 12. This event may be where we see to be Galaxy Z Flip 2 appeared, although it may debut later in the year along with Galaxy Z Fold 3 instead.