Samsung Galaxy S21 5G leaks in full with new camera bump, flat display


Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S21 series have been floating around for some time and, with three months left until the announcement, a lot of confusion remains. Fortunately, Steve Hemmerstoffer is here with the very first renders of Samsung’s next-gen flagships.

Samsung has a new camera bump in the works

Pictured is the standard Galaxy S21 5G model with an updated design that centers around an all-new camera bump. Samsung has replaced the boring all-black bump used on the Galaxy S20 with one that matches the phone’s color.

Each individual sensor is now highlighted within the raised area, as seen previously on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and the camera bump itself now curves over the metal frame, therefore creating a more unique look. 
There seem to be no plans to add extra cameras this year – Samsung has fitted the Galaxy S21 with three cameras on the rear – but the usual sensor upgrades for better overall results are to be expected. 

Samsung Galaxy S21 specs and features

The Samsung Galaxy S21 should launch with the upcoming Snapdragon 875 in the United States and the next-generation Exynos 1000 or 2100 in Europe and other international markets.

Those chipsets will likely be coupled with a minimum of 12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, although other configurations with more storage and possibly extra RAM should be available too.

As for the battery, the Galaxy S21 is expected to arrive with the same 4,000mAh battery used inside the Galaxy S20. Support for 25W power adapters is expected too, although these might not be included inside the box.

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