Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G Has a Huge Camera Bump Yet Again

When the first Galaxy S20 Ultra leaks came out, everybody criticized its huge camera module. However, when it came out people started making up excuses for it: “it has personality, it has great optics” and so forth. We have to admit it was gigantic and made the device top heavy. Now the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G has leaked, prematurely I might add and the camera module is huge again. We have renders and a video below.

Steve Hemmerstoffer aka @OnLeaks has published a 360 degree render video of the device, plus a few renders. Meanwhile Max Weinbach shared some early details about the Galaxy S21 Ultra camera setup. Over the past week we’ve heard two crazy theories about the Galaxy S21: it could debut in 2020 or in January 2021. We also saw the Samsung Galaxy S21 render a few hours ago and now it’s time for the S21 Ultra. The Ultra model is expected to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor in USA and Exynos 1080 or 2100 in Europe and other territories.

It should have 12 GB of RAM or even 16 GB LPDDR5 of course, plus at least 128 GB or 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. On the software side, Android 11 and One UI 3.0 should be present here. Even though some people said we may go past 7 inches in diagonal, the render insists we’ll still get a 6.9 inch AMOLED curved side screen. A smaller chin and more minimal bezels are expected as well, plus a centered punch hole for the selfie camera. And the leaks keep coming: 5000 mAh battery, 65W charging and a thickness of 8.9 m.

It’s 0.1 mm thicker than the S20 Ultra, but also narrower at 75.6 mm compared to the 76 mm of the S20 Ultra. It’s shorter at 165.1 mm compared to 166.9 mm on the S20 Ultra. Max Weinbach suggests that we should get a 108 megapixel main camera, the sensor from the S20 Ultra, together with a 16 MP ultrawide shooter. There are also two 10 MP sensors, one a regular telephoto cam and the other a periscope shooter. Expect a 1 or 2 mm bump in thickness with the huge camera at the back.

via OnLeaks / Max Weinbach

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