A new leak of the Samsung Galaxy S21 has revealed what Samsung’s next-generation phone might look like, even as a metal unit.
Following the almost daily leak of the Galaxy S21 leaks, The Ice Universe has tweeted images of neat units to explore what the Galaxy S21 might look like in the real world. This is based on the recently released versions of the Galaxy S21.
We can see the Galaxy S21 in the right model with a weird looking camera shape. This supports pre-filtered performance as they show more clearly the output glass stroke. Unlike the rectangular camera blocks on Galaxy S20 phones, the Galaxy S21 module seems to surround the left side of the phone, making it more of a design statement than previous Galaxy phones.
Models S21, S21 + and S21 U were filtered. pic.twitter.com/sGI5nI1UGvNovember 19, 2020
The curved edges of the Galaxy S21 also stand out in the model on the right. This may be because it’s turned upside down and all S21s have a curved back, but it’s likely that the Galaxy S21 Ultra is exactly that. Previous rumors say that the S21 Ultra will be the only model with a truly curved screen, and the smaller Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 will use flatter panels.
In a second tweet, According to Ice Universe, the S21 Ultra screen will “refresh various records.” It seems that reference can be made to the refresh rate of the phone, so far rumors have indicated that it will be 120Hz like the Galaxy S20 series. However, there are 144Hz screens around, just like the Asus ROG Phone 3, and there’s no reason that that number can’t be increased if Samsung prioritizes the refresh rate.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra screen will refresh multiple records.November 19, 2020
We expect the size and resolution of the three Galaxy S21 models to be the same as their counterparts in the S20 series. So it’s not clear where Samsung would break records, there are also phones with larger screens, folding screens and phones with 4K screens. We don’t have Samsung to make a phone with an 8K screen because it is excessive and will use too much power.
Maybe the rumor of LTPO technology for the S21 Ultra could be key. This technology, first shown in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, allows for a truly variable refresh rate, as it can save battery life by lowering the screen to 1Hz when not in use.
Initially there were rumors that the Galaxy S21 would be Samsung’s first phone with an on-screen selfie camera. Unfortunately, this seems to be false today, as Samsung is now believed to be the first phone to adapt this technology to the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Based on other Galaxy S21 rumors, all three models will use a new Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 chip, depending on where they are sold. We’ll also see technology similar to the S20 series camera, in that the S21 Ultra seems to be gaining a second tele-camera, as users are given access to two different optical zoom options: 3x and 10x.
Recent rumors say we expect to see the S21 debut in January 2021. It was thought that it would launch earlier than usual to fight the iPhone 12. We can also see that this event features Galaxy Z Flip 2, although it may debut later. in with Galaxy Z Fold 3.