Leaks of Samsung’s upcoming flagships continue to emerge. This time it was Evan Blass who brought to the public a series of images that show us the Galaxy S21 line that the technology is preparing to officially announce.
The images confirm previous reports that indicated that the S21 would hit the market in four colors, white, gray, purple and pink. This model will also feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED display, three rear photo sensors (12MP + 12MP + 64MP) and a Snapdragon 888 processor.
The Galaxy S21 Plus will be launched in three colors, leaving here the purple that is part of the S21 palette. The S21 Ultra will only be manufactured in black and white. The latter equipment, however, will feature the most powerful camera of the three, joining four sensors in the main set, as well as an autofocus laser. There is also the rumor that this model will feature support for the Samsung S Pen.
In this last model, the screen reaches 6.8 inches, the battery is higher than that of other smartphones in this line and the support for WiFi 6E should allow internet connections much faster.
The abnormal amount of leaks that has emerged in recent weeks is indicative that the company is preparing to announce the S21 range earlier than is normal. In previous years, the presentation of the new devices in the Galaxy S range has been made between the months of February and March, but the next generation may be anticipated, and an Unpacking event is now expected in January.
By now, there are few secrets that remain to be unveiled, but what would be the launch of a big smartphone without this happening?