From radical design deviations to camera overhauls, this barrage of Galaxy S21 messages is surprisingly sudden – pointing out features that could set the phone apart from the crowd. Rumors have emerged at a much slower pace, of course, but given the rapid rise, we could enter a more intense phase of the pre-launch cycle.Given the latest Samsung flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition, launched in September and the now seven-month-old S20 series on sale ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s not surprising that the Messages for the next set flare up from top tier phones.
Here’s everything we heard about the Samsung S21 in the past week.
Samsung Galaxy S21 could get an iPhone 12-like box-shaped design
Samsung Display, the aptly named display subsidiary of Samsung, has patented A new bezel design for the Galaxy S21 – and a new design that could resemble the flat metal frames on the new iPhone 12 line of phones. While we don’t have more information than the name of the design – “Blade Bezel” – that could mean the S21’s frame could be minimized and even flattened.
Blade Bezel could have a very different look, of course, but it suggests we’re going to see a different design than the rounded edges we’ve come to expect from the flagship S-series phones. The Note series, including the most recent Note 20 Ultra, has adopted flat tops and bottoms for the past couple of years, and even for the past few years.started The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 looks much more boxy, so there may be more abrupt design changes on the S21 phones.
The Samsung S21 could get a camera under the screen
Interestingly, the ‘Bezel Blade’ patent described a ‘digital camera display’ in accordance with LetsGoDigitalwhich interpreted that the S21 might get a camera under the display. We’ve seen very few examples of this feature in mainstream phones – particularly the ZTE Axon 20 5G, as seen in the photo above – but Samsung’s S-series phones have already introduced new features.
However, this is pretty thin evidence and another guess based on industry trends combined with the vague patent notice. But there could be a benefit that sets the S21 range of phones apart from the pack.
The Samsung S21 could pack five rear cameras
ONE rumor has suggested that the S21 phones could pack a Penta camera system on the back with the 108MP ISOCELL HM2 image sensor. What the fifth sensor would look like – assuming the first four are main, ultra-wide, telephoto, and depth cameras – is unclear.
A Penta camera system is also according to rumours to come to the Samsung Galaxy A72, which may be more of a candidate for the first phone to get a system with five rear cameras. Samsung is experimenting with its A-series phones, like the flip-up camera on the Samsung Galaxy A80.
The Samsung S21 Ultra could pack a colossal camera block
A number of leaked rendered suggests that the Samsung S21 Ultra will have a gigantic rear camera block that looks like it occupies an entire corner of the back of the phone. Notable leaker OnLeaks has released the renderings and the picture speaks for itself:
Last year’s Samsung S20 Ultra had its own impressively large camera block, but this S21 Ultra render suggests an even larger range with appropriately larger lenses. These are still early renders, but it’s interesting – stylistically at least – that Samsung can just throw up their hands and extend the shiny camera block to the edges of the phone.
This wrap-around design may not be unique to the S21 Ultra – OnLeaks has a do for the standard Samsung S21 and it also has a camera block that extends sideways.
The Samsung S21 could hit the market much earlier than usual – January
The Samsung Galaxy S series has been launched in late February for years, but we could see the Samsung S21 line officially unveiled in January a month earlier – and it could be soon after the New Years, according to another rumor.
The phones could hit the market in early January SamMobile and 9to5Googlebut there was no hint as to why the phones would come out earlier. There are several reasons Samsung could speed up the reveal, such as the fact that Samsung is not exempt from the usual February launch window given the small chance that the Mobile World Congress will take place in 2021.
Samsung could just try to stay one step ahead of the competition. Of course all people who want to lick the Galaxy S21 before the official announcement.
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