The announcement event of Galaxy S21 is rumoured to take place on January 14th. Although the date is still uncertain, Samsung will likely unveil the new models in January. New design
Actually keeping smartphone secrets is increasingly hard. It is a sort of tradition where the people get to know Samsung latest flagship phone before its official announcement. It happens every year with the new Galaxy S and Note. Although it seems that Samsung does not care about leaks and rumours, in a funny ironic twist, the latest Galaxy S21+ leak shows that Samsung actually does care.
The leaked new design
A user has tweeted three images of a Galaxy S21+ that one of his friends sent him. In fact, this isn’t the first time the public saw real-life photos or videos of Galaxy S21 prototypes. From the picture, we can see the hole-punch display design, flat-screen design of the handset and the stunningly thin bezels.
i never leak images,
but a friend sent me these, so hey.. pic.twitter.com/npjamUSlTh
— Mauri QHD (@MauriQHD) December 29, 2020
The Galaxy S21 and S21+ will have an identical design for the screen. Besides, the S21 Ultra will incorporate curved edges. It is similar to what Samsung designed for other Galaxy S and Note flagships in previous years.
The third image above shows the triple-lens camera on the back in its “island” of metal. Besides, the camera module is part of the phone’s framework, an odd design that might increase the camera module’s sustainability.
The leaked prototype
From the picture above, we can see that the Galaxy S21+ prototype is showing Samsung’s warning to testers. Furthermore, the “Do not leak Info” sentence from the sticker warns testers not to take picture of the device or leak information about it.
Undoubtedly, the Galaxy S21 will be one of the best Android phones around in the first half of 2021. The jury is still unsure whether it’ll be affordable for the public.
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