Samsung Galaxy S21+ renders show off design; Galaxy S21 series prices tipped as well

Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus renders show off the phone's design clearly while prices of the Galaxy S21 series have also been leaked.

  • Samsung Galaxy S21+ will look similar to the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • The smartphone will feature slim bezels and triple rear cameras
  • Samsung Galaxy S21+ price in India could be around Rs 77,200.

With the Samsung Galaxy S21 series release date draws closer, more details about the flagship smartphones are starting to emerge. An earlier leak told us everything we need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S21+ specifications. Thanks to Pigtou, we now have yet another look at the Galaxy S21+ in all its glory. The flat display reaffirms the CAD renders of the device that surfaced a few weeks ago. We can also see that the camera hump doesn’t protrude as much as it did on the previous generation model.

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We also get a glimpse into the Galaxy 21+ specifications courtesy of the new report. For starters, the smartphone will come with three rear cameras; a 64MP telephoto lens, a 12MP wide-angle sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens. Information about the selfie camera is scarce, but we can expect Samsung to reuse its predecessor’s 10MP unit. Its 6.7-inch AMOLED panel is expected to have a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Depending on the region, the Galaxy S21+ will ship with either the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or the rumoured Exynos 2100 chipset, both of which have integrated 5G modems. 

Some key information about the Samsung Galaxy S21 prices has also emerged via a different source. According to South Korea-based Naver, the Samsung Galaxy S21 price will start at USD 850 (approx Rs 62,500). The Samsung Galaxy S21+ is expected to cost around USD 1,050 (approx Rs. 77,200), while the Galaxy S21 Ultra may retail at around USD 1,250 (approx Rs. 92,000). These prices are somewhat expected from a high-end flagship lineup and will look to take on the iPhone 12 series from Apple.