2021 is still a few months away, but there are already reports from Android Central that the Samsung Galaxy S21 (or Galaxy S30) series may arrive in January 2021. If true, this could be Samsung’s oldest contract. The Galaxy S series phone has happened. And yes, leaked images of the phone have also appeared on the web.
The offer was leaked by trusted leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka OnLeaks) who stated that the Galaxy S21 series includes three different models: Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. Additionally, Steve supports Android Central’s report that this time the phone is running faster than usual.
It’s definitely a bit unusual to start faster than normal. If anything, the pandemic has delayed the operation and launch of companies around the world. Also, Apple, which usually launches a new iPhone in September, released the phone a month later. However, at this point, older release dates are just speculations, so we’ll be waiting for support in the coming weeks.
Returning to the show, Samsung seems to have changed the design language of the camera unit again. The S21’s camera module now blends into the top and bottom edges instead of placing the camera in a “standalone” rectangle. This is a little interesting.
The S21 is expected to feature a 6.2-inch flat panel, while the S21 Ultra has a larger, more compact 6.7-6.9 inch screen. Another difference between the S21 and S21 Ultra is the number of cameras on the back. The S21 is expected to have a triple camera setup, but the S21 Ultra appears to feature a quad-camera setup.
I don’t know much about future calls. But if it actually goes on sale in January of next year, you can expect to hear more about the device sooner than usual, and possibly as early as next month.