Samsung Galaxy S21 Gets Fresh Renders Made by Kero Kim

Samsung Galaxy S21 should debut either on January 14th or in February, according to the latest rumors. We’ve seen our share of renders of the 3 devices, but today we have a fresh take on the Galaxy S21 courtesy of designer Kero Kim.

It’s based on leaks and previous CAD renders, highlighting the corner wrapped back camera. The main camera on the Galaxy S21 seems to be more prominent now, compared to the previous gen model. The screen is also flat on the S21 and S21+, while S20 Ultra has a curved panel, on the sides. There’s talk of a jump to 144 Hz, but only for the Ultra model.

The front camera remains cut in a punch hole in the center of the top part of the screen. We still have a 120 Hz refresh rate on the S21, narrower bezels than before and a solid aluminum or stainless steel frame. I wouldn’t bet on the 120 Hz part, since I heard that it was going to be 60 Hz, to keep the battery life appealing.

These devices will get either a Snapdragon 875 processor inside, or an Exynos 2100. We should also see a triple back camera on the S21 and perhaps a quad one on the S21 Ultra, which may even include two telephoto shooters. The ToF sensor is also gone, replaced by a laser focus one. I have to say that we’re getting a pretty stylish device here, but the improvements from S20 aren’t huge.

via mspoweruser

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