We have heard that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will launch a lot earlier this year than before, and as a result, the leaks have started earlier also.
As per previous rumors, the Galaxy S21 and S21+ will use a flat display panel, while the most expensive one that’s the S21 Ultra will feature a curved display panel. The size of the bezels on all sides will be the same in the S21 lineup. The S21 lineup will be powered by Snapdragon 875 and has support for 25W fast charging. The S21 will have three cameras at the back and one selfie camera, housing which will be a punch hole camera cutout.
According to the tipster, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will feature a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a screen refresh rate of 144Hz. The smartphone will pack a 108MP primary rear camera, a 40MP front-facing camera, and a 5,000mAh battery. The Galaxy S21 Ultra will be powered by Snapdragon 875 and will be based on OneUI 3.0. That’s all the details that the tipster shared with us.
Rumour has it that the S21 Ultra will be (roughly) 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm (10.8mm, including the camera bump). It’s also being said that there is no silo for an S-Pen, though there is no guarantee the screen would not support one. The device will have standard features such as fast wireless charging, reverse wireless charging, Samsung Pay, microSD card slot, and HDR10+ video playback.
Now according to YouTuber Jon Prosser, Samsung will launch the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra on January 14, 2021 with pre-orders starting the same day and deliveries on the 29th Janaury 2021.
Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra ?
Announcement: January 14, 2021
Pre-order: January 14, 2021
Launch: January 29, 2021
Black, White, Grey, Silver, Violet and Pink
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) November 3, 2020
The device will be available in Black, Grey, Pink, Silver, Violet, and White.
According to reports, Samsung is focussing its ground-breaking features on the Fold series next year, meaning the S21 will likely offer refinement, but not major innovation such as in-display cameras.