The appearance of Samsung’s upcoming high-end smartphones has been widespread in several leaks. And although it is not yet official, all roads seem to give the same choice of design of smartphones that have even appeared on covers.
This time, the YouTube channel PigTou shared renders in CAD that show the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus from all angles. According to this source, it is suggested that the equipment will measure 161.55 x 75.6 x 7.86mm.
We will thus have a larger equipment than the S20 Plus, and with dimensions similar to the current S20 Ultra. This same source says that we will have a 6.8 inch screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The rear design will be the big change of the new model. The three chambers are housed in a module that ends up sliding a little to the left and top lateral margin. It doesn’t seem to be the design solution that appeals to you at first glance, but the final design will certainly be more polished and refined.
There are few secrets yet to be revealed of the new Samsung Galaxy S21. This at a time when his presentation should take place on January 14, according to what was leaker Jon Prosser. As for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, several rumors say that it will arrive with support for S Pen. However, until Samsung becomes official you should look at these rumors with a ‘pinch of salt’.
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