The Samsung Galaxy S21 is about a month from launch, but we already have a pretty good idea of what they’ll look like from these detailed designs.

LetsGoDigital published the following images, and the renders themselves designed by Giuseppe “Snoreyn” Spinelli. These are apparently based on real images of the phones which LGD has seen but isn’t publishing in order to protect its source. If LGD’s original images are accurate, this makes these renders the most reliable we’ve seen so far.

Galaxy S21 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

(Image credit: LetsGoDigital)

There are a lot of similarities between these renders and the Galaxy S21 renders we’ve seen before. LGD draws particular attention to the camera system on the back, which wraps around from the back to the side of the phone, something the Galaxy S- eries has not done before. However, there is one extra camera on the S21 Ultra model compared to the earlier renders.

In total, we’re expecting five sensors on the back of the S21 Ultra. There will be a 108MP main camera, 12MP ultra-wide camera and time-of-flight depth sensor, as there was on the Galaxy S20 Ultra that preceded it. The new sensors are reportedly a pair of 10MP telephoto cameras, one with 3x zoom and the other with 10x zoom. Taken together with the expected 40MP selfie sensor, the S21 Ultra’s photo package should be one of the strongest on the market at launch.

Galaxy S21 Ultra

(Image credit: LetsGoDigital/Giuseppe Spinelli)

Going into further detail on the S21 Ultra, LGD repeats the claim that this will be a 6.8-inch phone, slightly smaller than the 6.9-inch S20 Ultra. The screen will be curved on the left and right edges, unlike the smaller models which will use only slightly curved displays. The S21 Ultra will also likely have a higher QHD resolution, but the same 120Hz refresh rate and central punch-hole selfie camera.



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