We’ve already seen renders of the Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra, giving us a detailed look at how the duo will look like. And now, thanks to Coverpigtou, the CAD renders of the S21+ smartphone have also surfaced on the internet, showcasing the smartphone from every angle.
The Galaxy S21+ is said to measure in at 161.55 x 75.6 x 7.86mm, which means it’s slightly larger than the S21 and is quite close to the size of its predecessor that is the S20+. The design of the smartphone isn’t different from the S21 and S21 Ultra, so Samsung is continuing its tradition of using the same design in a flagship smartphone lineup. However, the S21+ design will feature some minor changes over the ‘Ultra’ model — the display used in the ‘Plus’ model is slightly curved, while the display of the S21 Ultra will be more curved.
According to previous rumors, the size of the bezels on all sides will be the same in the S21 lineup. The S21 will have three cameras at the back and one selfie camera, housing which will be a punch hole camera cutout. The S21 Ultra will pack a 108MP primary rear camera, a 40MP front-facing camera, and a 5,000mAh battery. The Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup will be powered by Snapdragon 875 and will be based on OneUI 3.0. You can know more about the Samsung Galaxy S21 series here.
Samsung is expected to release the S21 series in the month of January or February.