External profiles do not provide many hints about what the Galaxy S21 (or S30) suggests, although there are a few hints that it will be a relatively safe design beyond troubles. The standard model will have a roughly flat 6.2-inch screen with the familiar hole-punch selfie, while the Ultra will have a slightly curved screen somewhere between 6.7 and 6.9 inches. The Ultra will still keep its long-zoom rear camera, although it’s not clear what else will change.
There is another story when you see the new Galaxy line. In sync with the previous Semmobile Leaked, Onlix suggests that Samsung will launch the new phone in January, rather than the February or March custom. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. While it may be easier to plan an event in January due to the lack of personal gatherings, Samsung has rarely introduced larger phones in recent times – the introduction of 2020 was the light version of the S10 and Note 10. Reject the full launch, don’t be surprised if any mention of the S21 / S30 in January is limited to a short teaser.