Samsung Galaxy S21 series leaked teaser gives us a glimpse of upcoming phones

The leak gives us a glimpse of the camera bumps of the S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra

Galaxy S20 Ultra

Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series is rumoured to come out in January of 2021, so it makes sense that we’re already learning a lot about the upcoming handsets. The latest leak, courtesy of Android Police, showcases a teaser of all three phones, the S21, the S21+ and the S21 Ultra.

From the first of the small teasers, we get a quick peek at the S21’s flat display with a centred Infinity-O display with the selfie hole-punch camera in the top-middle of the screen, similar to the S20 series. Further, the handset’s frame extends to the camera bump for a cool look.

So while the S21 comes in Phantom Violet, the bronze frame makes the camera bump bronze as well. That bump features a triple camera shooter with a 12-megapixel primary shooter, a 12-megapixel ultrawide and a 64-megapixel telephoto. The flash is now off to the side.

The S21+ looks virtually the same as the S21, and its differences will come in screen size and battery capacity.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra is quite different from the other two handsets; however.

The Ultra will get a curved screen instead of flat edges. Alongside that, it’ll sport a quad-camera setup. The device is rumoured to feature a 108-megapixel primary shooter, 12-megapixel ultrawide, a 10-megapixel 10x super-telephoto periscope camera, and a regular 10-megapixel 3x telephoto. There’s also a laser autofocus system at the top of the camera bump instead of a time-of-flight sensor available on the S20 Ultra, and it houses the flash inside the camera bump. This phone comes in a black colour variant.

Android Police says its sources indicate that Samsung Unpacked will take place on January 14th, and retail for the three phones should be available a few weeks later, on January 29th. Additionally, AP’s source claims the S21 series will be more affordable than the S20 series.

A previous leak from Android Police revealed the specs of the upcoming handsets. 

Source: Android Police