Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra Rendering Surfaces with Designed Camera Layout

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Rendering

Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra Rendering

The latest renders of Samsung’s next-generation S-series flagship, the Galaxy S21, and its top model Galaxy S21 Ultra version rendering have recently been revealed online. Usually, new S-series phones are released in February every year, but now according to various information, there is a good chance that this phone will be coming to us earlier.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Rendering 360° Video

From the latest rendering, the Galaxy S21 continues the design of the S20, the expected under-screen lens is not present, and it still has a center-mounted cutout screen design, but the super narrow bezel effect on the front with equal widths on all sides makes it look more superior in value, just one under-screen lens away from the front of the ideal phone.

The rear shell lens design changes are relatively large, using a rectangular lens similar to the Note 20 series, but in the location of the lens is moved to the upper left corner close to the frame, looks very memorable points, the S20 series will still be equipped with four lens design, photography will also continue to strengthen.

There’s a USB-C port at the bottom of the device, a speaker grid (six holes) against the right side, a SIM card tray at the top of the phone, and the power button and volume control on the right side of the device. Specs-wise, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will feature a 6.24-inch display. It’s not clear whether Samsung will use plastic or glass for the body, but it will have a non-curved screen like this year’s Galaxy Note 20.

Samsung Galaxy S21 is very similar in size to the S20, which means it will still be a small-screen model, better suited for one-handed use. The Samsung Galaxy S21 is 151.7 mm long, 71.2 mm wide, and 8 mm thick (9 mm counting the camera protrusion).

Following the Galaxy S21 rendering, Galaxy S21 Ultra rendering has also surfaced. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra rendering looks pretty similar to the Galaxy S21, with the difference being that the former’s display will have a slight curvature, which is a common design for usually more high-end phones.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Rendering 360° Video

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has a screen diagonal between 6.7 inches and 6.9 inches and a centered selfie punch camera on the front, which also means that the device won’t use an under-screen camera. The device measures around 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9 mm, or 10.8 mm if you measure the thickness of the camera bump.

The next big difference is the camera, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have a larger camera module to house the camera flash as well as a fourth rear camera. The camera specs have not been revealed yet, but it is expected to have normal, super wide-angle, and telephoto lens setups.

At the core, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 flagship processor, with the European launch version powered by the Exynos 2100 processor. Besides, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has a 5000mAh battery capacity and comes factory pre-installed with Android 11.

Previous rumors had suggested that Samsung would be adding S Pen support to the S line, but the source mentioned that the Galaxy S21 Ultra does not have a dedicated slot for the S Pen. This means that the stylus can’t be placed inside the phone like it is on the Note series, but the new device could still support the stylus and place it on the outside as it does on some Galaxy Tabs.

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