Ever since the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series and S20 FE, we’ve been looking forward to what Samsung is getting ready to show us next year. We know the Galaxy S21 is coming by early next year, and now the leaks around the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series (Galaxy S30 series) are coming thick and fast. New details about the next-generation Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable smartphone have also been leaked.
A new picture hits the web showing off the Galaxy S21’s camera housing. As per the leaked image, it seems the Samsung Galaxy S21 will have three rear cameras, just like the Galaxy S20 - it isn't a stretch to say there will be the same lenses too, with telephoto and ultra-wide shooters joining the primary sensor. The Samsung Galaxy S21 camera sensors will likely be better than the Galaxy S20, perhaps in terms of resolution, or in terms of pixel size.
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As for the Samsung S21 Plus, the report (by MySmartPrice) reveals that the phone measures 161.5 x 75.6 x 7.85mm. In comparison to the Galaxy S20 Plus that measures 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm, the S21 Plus appears to shorter, wider, and thicker. The Galaxy S20 Plus came with an S-AMOLED display with curved edges. However, the CAD renders of the Galaxy S21 Plus showcases that it is equipped with a flat screen. The rear camera design of the phone is similar to the Galaxy S21. Renders published by the source also show that the right side of the Galaxy S21+ will have volume rockers and a power button. The bottom of the device will come with a microphone, a USB-C port, and a speaker grille.
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According to a new report by The Elec, Samsung is reportedly working on adding an Active Electrostatic Solution (AES) digitizer on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 which will be announced next year. This will enable support for S Pen on the foldable phone. The report also suggests Samsung is planning on making the UTG a bit thicker so it can easily withstand the tip of the S-Pen.
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