Samsung Galaxy S21 First Official Renderings Revealed

Samsung has released a teaser trailer for “The Next Galaxy” on Twitter. Judging by the trailer, Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy S21 series will be unveiled soon.

So far, we’ve seen plenty of tidbits and renderings of Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series, including a running video of the Galaxy S21+ .

Today, @Evan Blass released the first official Samsung rendering of the Galaxy S21.
In terms of appearance, there is not much difference from the previously exposed renderings, with the face screen being punched in the middle and the design having almost the same width on all sides.

But the chin is slightly wider than the S21+, and the power and volume buttons are on the right side.

A few days ago, Samsung confirmed to Android Authority, the largest mobile phone experience shop in India, that Galaxy S21 series will be launched on January 14, 2021, at the same time, Galaxy Buds Pro wireless Bluetooth headset and other products will also be released.

According to previous disclosures, Galaxy S21 series will be available in three models, including the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Among them, except for the S21 Ultra, which adopts a 6.9-inch hyperboloid with a 2K resolution, the S21 and S21+ are both FHD+ straight screen designs with a screen size of 6.3 inches and 6.7 inches respectively. The whole series is equipped with a center hole with a 120Hz high refresh.

In addition to the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, there will be a Samsung Exynos 2100 processor.

In terms of color, the S21 will be available in grey, pink, purple and white. The S21+ will be available in pink, purple, silver and black, while the flagship S21 Ultra will be available in black and silver only.

This time, Samsung’s designers extended the Galaxy S21 rear-shot matrix module’s edges to the border, making the model highly recognizable.

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