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Continuing with the Galaxy S21 leaks near their daily kills, Ice universe Tweeted images of dummy units giving us our first look at what the Galaxy S21 might look like in the real world. This happens on the Galaxy S21 render we saw recently.
We can see the somewhat oddly shaped camera block of the Galaxy S21 on the far right model. This supports previously leaked renders, which show the scattered glass bump more clearly. Unlike the rectangular camera block in the Galaxy S20 phone, the Galaxy S21 module seems to be wrapped around the left side of the phone, making it a more design statement than previous Galaxy phones.
S21, S21 + and S21 U models leaked. pic.twitter.com/sGI5nI1UGvNovember 19, 2020
The curved edge of the Galaxy S21 is also very popular on the right side model. This may be because its face is turned downwards, and the backs of all S21s are curved, but it is possible that this is the Galaxy S21 Ultra in particular. Earlier rumors claimed that the S21 Ultra will be the only S21 model with a true curved display, while the smaller Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 will use flatter panels.
In Another tweet, Ice Universe claims that the performance of the S21 Ultra will “refresh multiple records.” These sounds seem to be referring to the refresh rate of the phone, which rumors have so far indicated that it will be 120 Hz, similar to the Galaxy S20 series. However, like on the Asus ROG Phone 3, there is a display of about 144 Hz, and there is no reason why that number could not be higher if Samsung preferred the refresh rate.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra screen will refresh multiple records.November 19, 2020
We expect that the Galaxy S21 three models will have the same size and resolutions as their S20 series counterparts. So it’s not clear where Samsung will break the records, given that even smartphones with large screens, foldable displays and 4K displays exist. We don’t want Samsung to make a phone with an 8K display, as it does a lot of work and will use a lot of power.
Perhaps the rumored LTPO technology could be the key to the S21 Ultra. This technology, the G, first shown on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, actually allows a variable refresh rate that can save battery life as the display cannot be throttle when used up to 1Hz.
It was initially rumored that the Galaxy S21 would be Samsung’s first phone to have an under-display selfie camera. Unfortunately, now that sounds wrong, with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 it is now believed that Samsung is the first phone to fit this tech fits.
Based on other Galaxy S21 rumors, all three models will use a new Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 chip, depending on where the Snap is sold. We’ll also see the same camera tech in the S20 series, except that the S21 Ultra seems to get a second telephoto camera, allowing users to access two different optical zoom options: 3x and 10x.
Recent rumors have claimed that we can expect an S21 debut in January 2021. It is launching earlier than usual to fight with the iPhone. This could also be the case where we see the Galaxy Z Flip 2, although it may debut later. Instead with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 in the year.