Just a few more weeks to go and then it is time for the grand Samsung Galaxy S21 presentation. We have already seen several renders and today new images of the devices appeared. Perhaps even more interesting is the first photo of the alleged Galaxy S21 Plus and S21 Ultra and you can check it here.
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Photo Samsung Galaxy S21 appeared
The photo is part of a video from the unknown YouTube channel Sakitech. How the photo was obtained is unknown, it would in any case concern the alleged Samsung S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 Ultra. Both devices can be seen in matte black, something we wrote before. However, the camera modules of both devices have a shiny finish.
The S21 Utra model has the most comprehensive camera set-up of the upcoming trio. The top left-hand camera consists of a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, the main 108-megapixel sensor and the zoom lens. This allows you to bring objects up to ten times closer using optical zoom. In addition to these three cameras, the laser autofocus module and a telephoto lens with an additional three times optical zoom can be found.
In the video, the channel also shows the various cameras of the S21 Plus. The middle sensor is the main 12 megapixel camera. Above it is also a 12 megapixel camera, which shoots pictures at a wider angle. Finally, there is a camera of 64 megapixels, which you use while zooming.
We do not see or hear further details about the hardware in the video, but a lot is already known about the upcoming devices. For example, we assume the use of the recently presented Snapdragon 888 chip or a new Exynos processor from Samsung itself. The normal S21 will be the smallest of the trio and will probably have a 6.2-inch screen.
The S21 Plus will be a lot bigger with its 6.7 inch display and the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be the largest. That device is equipped with a 6.8-inch screen, which is also the only one in the series to have rounded screen edges. That device could also be used with an S-Pen, which by the way is not included or can be placed in the device itself.
Also new renders online
In addition to the first photo, several new renders have also been published via LetsGoDigital. The images are based on images obtained from the upcoming devices. To protect the source of the website, a designer then based renders on it, a job of about 150 man hours.