Samsung is all set to launch its Galaxy S21 series in the upcoming year. There will be three models in this series, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. At about a month ago, Samsung has revealed the Galaxy S21+ CAD renders. Recently, we’ve got some 3D renders of this upcoming S21+ smartphone which tells us what the S21+ might look like. Along with the renders, there is a 4K video as well. Let’s see what we can find from the renders.
Samsung Galaxy S21+ features a flat display (expected to feature a 6.7-inch display) with razor-thin side bezels. Unfortunately, Samsung will not provide an under-display selfie camera in this S21 series. So, this phone features a super small hole-punch cutout for its front-facing camera. That’s all about the front side.
Coming to the rear panel, this phone features a rectangular triple rear camera module at the top-left side of the panel with the support of an LED flash. Regarding the dimension, this phone measures 161.55mm x 75.6mm x 7.86mm.
At the end, those are just render images. The original S21+ design may be different from the renders. We can get it when the S21+ launches.
As per the other specifications, the Galaxy S21+ will run One UI 3.1, based on the Android 11 OS, and it will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chipset or the Exynos 2100 chipset (not confirmed yet). Both the chipsets support 5G connectivity. In terms of battery, this phone is about to be fueled up by a decent 4,800mAH battery. Regarding the connectivity, this phone will support 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, and so on. This phone will come in three different color variants: Phantom Violet, Phantom Silver, and Phantom Black.