- Samsung Galaxy S21 series renders reveal the complete design of the flagships
- The phones are expected to debut on January 14th
- Samsung Galaxy S21 series is expected to ship with punch-hole design, rectangular camera module, and 5G support
The Samsung Galaxy S21 launch event is expected for January 14th, with reports tipping the sales to begin later that month, including in India. Thanks to a plethora of leaks and rumours in recent times, we already know quite a good deal about the upcoming S-series flagships. Now, multiple renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, comprising of the vanilla model, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, have surfaced online courtesy Evan Blass of @evleaks fame. These renders leaving nothing to the imagination and show off the upcoming smartphones’ design as well as colour options. The renders reiterate that the upcoming handset will feature a punch-hole design, multiple colour options, and a rectangular camera module.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series design and colours
The renders show that the Samsung Galaxy S21 has a flat display with a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera and a rectangular camera module with three lenses at the back that runs through the side frame. The volume rocker and power button are on the right spine, while there’s nothing on the left. The Samsung Galaxy S21 bezels seem to be slightly thicker than the Galaxy S20. However, the bottom bezel seems to have been shrunk slightly. The phone will be available in Gold, Purple, White, and Black colour options.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus has a similar design as the standard Galaxy S21. Key differences between the two models should be the screen size and a larger battery. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus has a flat-screen too, centre-positioned punch-hole cutout and triple cameras arranged in a similar rectangular module. The flagship will come in the same colours as the standard Galaxy S21.
Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra gets a makeover. The flagship is said to come with a curved panel, a larger display with punch-hole design and a rectangular camera module at the back with quad-cameras instead of triple lenses, an LED flash and what seem like laser autofocus. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra should be the high-end model of the series that will have superior camera configuration, a bigger display and beefy battery.