Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Latest Renderings Leaked: L-Shaped Camera

Many eyes have begun to focus on next year’s flagship flagships. Among them, The brand new Samsung Galaxy S series, which has always debuted, is particularly eye-catching. Now there is the latest news. After the appearance and configuration information of the S21 series have been reported many times before, a well-known overseas news expert recently sent further high-definition renderings and configuration details of the alleged Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.  According to the latest renderings released by well-known overseas news experts, it is basically the same as the previously exposed news. In addition to the continuation of the classic Infinity-O central hole screen, the new Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will adopt a new back shell design, in which the rear camera module has not only changed the layout, adopts an inverted L-shaped four-camera layout, but also has a larger size, which is expected to provide excellent shooting capabilities. In addition, the aircraft will be available in red, purple, and dark green colors.

In terms of configuration, according to the latest intelligence given by Ishan Agarwal, combined with the previously exposed news, the internal development code of the new S21 Ultra is O3, model SM-G998U, and will use a 6.8-inch AMOLED 2X display with a refresh rate from 120Hz upgraded to 144Hz, equipped with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 and Samsung Exynos 2100 mobile platforms, the rear main camera is a 108MP quad-camera module, a front camera with 40 megapixels, a battery capacity of 5000mAh, pre-installed based on Android 11 OneUI 3.0 system.

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It is reported that the new Samsung Galaxy S21 series flagship is expected to be released in advance in January, and we will wait and see for more details.

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