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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra on video! Fully unveiled design

As we approach the likely launch between January and February, concrete details now emerge about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra. And in a video we get to know the possible complete design of the equipment.

First of all, it is worth mentioning that this video comes from the reputed @onleaks, a source that has proven to be reliable many times. And this shows what changes and what remains in future models.

Firstly, the new smartphones will arrive with a frontal design where little changes. This is because, like the predecessors, they will have a small hole in the center for the front camera.

Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Credit: @OnLeaks
Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Credit: @OnLeaks

It is said that the Galaxy S21 will have a 6.2 inch flat screen. The Galaxy S21 Ultra will reach 6.7 or 6.9 inches with the slight curvature that you can see in the video. It is in the back where we find changes.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with four cameras even more pronounced than in the previous model. And as you can see, its space extends to the frame of the equipment. Something that also happens in the base model.

Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21. Credit: @OnLeaks
Render of the Samsung Galaxy S21. Credit: @OnLeaks

The Galaxy S21 appears here with four cameras, with more prominence than its predecessor. It is said to have measures of 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm and the Ultra model 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm. But these are values ​​without the camera module.

Judging by the credibility of this leaker, it is believed that this could be a design very close to the end of the upcoming Galaxy S21. And we won’t have to wait long to confirm it.

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