Updated December 4, 2020
The Geekbench benchmark result prepared by the Samsung Galaxy S21 has recently appeared on the Internet. You can see the many points of the variant with Snapdragon 888 and 8 GB RAM gained in the post below.
Seen Samsung S21 On Geekbench Formerly Having NFC & BIS (Indian) Certification.
• Android 11
• 8GB ram
• Snapdragon 888 “LAHAINA” https://t.co/YXGNyMWGZ6 pic.twitter.com/aoCYavGWlU
– Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) December 3, 2020
Updated December 3, 2020
A render of a new color variant of the upcoming Galaxy S21 + model has appeared on the Internet. The phone with a 6.8 ″ display should be available in silver.
– Pigtou (@Pigtou_) December 1, 2020
More bits of information are provided by androidpolice.com. This time around, the information focuses on all three variants of the upcoming Galaxy S21 series. We learn that the performance should take place on January 14th. The latest software in the form of Android 11 and One UI 3.1 extension will of course matter. The basic Galaxy S21 and the upper Galaxy S21 Ultra should have the same batteries as the current models, i.e. a capacity of 4,000 mAh and 5,000 mAh, respectively. The mid-range Galaxy S21 + is to increase the battery capacity from 4,500 mAh to 4,800 mAh. The situation with the cameras does not change significantly with the S21 and S21 + variants. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is to receive an improved 108-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor and two 10-megapixel telephoto lenses. One should offer 3x lossless zoom, secondary even 10x lossless zoom.
Another valuable piece of information about the Galaxy S21 Ultra was provided by a trusted source @UniverseIce. This time, according to his words, he can 100% confirm that the top version of the Galaxy S21 series will feature an S Pen stylus. This would mean that the possibilities of the popular Galaxy Note series will appear among the Galaxy S models for the first time.
Yes, I can 100% confirm that S21 Ultra supports S Pen
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 12, 2020
Pieces of the jigsaw puzzle called Samsung Galaxy S21 are increasing. He most recently contributed Ice Universe. It states that the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the highest-built model, will finally offer support for a Quad HD + display solution along with a 120Hz refresh rate. All thanks to the use of a new LTPO panel. The manufacturer is likely to be working to further reduce the frames around the display and use the 3rd generation of its 108-megapixel main camera. The charge will also be faster, with a maximum of 45 W.
Updated November 5, 2020
Ice universe shared with us more photos of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. You can notice the protective case, but also the design of the previously revealed photomodule.
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 5, 2020
Updated November 4, 2020
The Galaxy S21 will probably arrive much sooner than we might expect. According to a reliable source Prosona Jonah Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra models should be introduced on January 14, 2021. Incidentally, this is the first ever introduction of the new generation of the Galaxy S series in history. Pre-orders are expected to start the same day, and the actual sale should begin January 29, 2021. The basic variant will be available in gray, pink, purple and white. The Galaxy S21 + has to offer in black and silver. Finally, the top Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will be available in black, silver and purple colors.
Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 +, S21 Ultra ?
Publication: January 14, 2021
Pre-order: January 14, 2021
Launch: January 29, 2021
Black, White, Gray, Silver, Violet and Pink
– Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) November 3, 2020
Updated October 30, 2020
The rear look of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra continues to evolve, as evidenced by the latest leak from @OnLeaks. We can see on it that there is a camera or other sensor in the module. It is not yet known exactly what it will be used for. The location of the backlight LED is also slightly changed.
Updated October 23, 2020
User Twitteru Ngo Camio has released a photo of alleged camera modules for a future Samsung Galaxy S21. Essentially, the design agrees with earlier leaks.
Updated October 21, 2020
Ice Universe has announced information about the upcoming displays of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. According to its sources, only the best-equipped Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra should have a rounded display, the basic Galaxy S21 and S21 + should have a “2D” flat screen.
All three products in the Samsung Galaxy S21 (S30) series are designed with four sides of the same width. Among them, S21 and S21 + are 2D screens, and S21U is curved screen.
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 21, 2020
Updated October 18, 2020
@OnLeaks today announced the form of the upcoming Galaxy S21 series. Below you can see the basic S21 model, but also the best-equipped Galaxy S21 Ultra with a larger photo module. The manufacturer should also introduce the “middle” version of the S21 +.
-> https://t.co/0FLJ3SA7hQ pic.twitter.com/CHeNtFTf3S
– Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) October 18, 2020
-> https://t.co/QB3mnTU2aA pic.twitter.com/Z6bi1K0w8h
– Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) October 18, 2020
Updated 20. 8. 2020
According to information from GalaxyClub, we could expect bigger batteries for Galaxy S20 series successors. The device battery of the upcoming series with the likely Galaxy S21 or S30 designation could boast an increased capacity of about 300 mAh.
Original information from 10. 4. 2020
It’s only been two months since the Galaxy S20 was introduced, but it’s never too early to speculate on a successor. The famous dropper @IceUniverse has published information that Samsung is considering using a front camera behind the screen. As a result, it would mean that future flagship Samsung would have no break or blow. There would be no disruption to the display, a situation that many consumers call for. Using in the Galaxy S series seems very likely.
However, we are far from certain, as Samsung will have to deal with several technical problems that have so far prevented the camera from being placed under the display. First of all, today’s displays boast high fineness, i.e. excessive density of individual pixels. Because of this, there is a problem with light transmission, which is absolutely necessary for using the camera. Then the first barrier is directly related to the second. Today’s cameras still do not absorb enough light, and if the display restricts their access to the light, the resulting image quality diminishes.
Review of Samsung Galaxy S20 – Multipurpose Partner
However, Samsung is a leader in mobile displays. Even so, the test prototype was presented with a camera under the display by Oppo and Xiaomi. However, this indicated that the road to this solution will still be relatively long.