While Samsung has not officially revealed its upcoming phone Galaxy S21 The flagship smartphone family, there have been a lot of leaks and rumors about the upcoming flagship, and today we saw what appeared to be official smartphone teasers.
Android Police Got three official looking teaser videos, which give us our best look at the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra so far.
Although the leaked annoyances do not fully display any of the phones, it does offer a very clear look at each phone’s rear camera arrays and glimpses of its screens, confirming the designs previously seen. Makes a leak And the Real pictures.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus short teasers feature two seemingly identical phones (which will definitely vary in size and battery capacity when they finally release), along with a cool new dual-tone color option dubbed Phantom Violet.
Both phones have a flat screen, a center-hole selfie camera, and a triple rear camera array with an almost flat frame.
This two-tone color is the biggest news from this leak, and it’s a bold design choice from the company but looks excellent in the Galaxy S21 Plus’ short teaser that you can see below.
There is a separate Galaxy S20 teaser provided by Android Police, but we decided not to include it here because the design looks identical to what I saw above.
Meanwhile, Samsung’s design is somewhat different with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. If this teaser is official, it suggests that it will boast a curved screen with a center-hole selfie camera, along with a quad camera setup on the back.
This teaser does not give us any clear idea of the specs we expect, but other reports indicate that it will include a 108MP primary sensor, a 10MP telephoto lens, an additional 10MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP wide sensor.
Another supposed inclusion is the laser autofocus sensor, which is said to replace the Time of Flight (ToF) sensor on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. From what we can say in this short clip, it appears that all of these elements are on the back of the phone in these shots.
Unfortunately, the teaser doesn’t show enough of the Galaxy S21 Ultra to confirm a rumor of the upcoming phone You might even get an S PenWhich means that we will have to wait until the expected detection of Samsung January 14, 2020.
We’ve seen more phones in previous leaks from other sources, so we’re now starting to put together a clear picture of what you should expect from the Samsung S21 series.
You can watch the leaked videos cut together in a single video with the tweet below from IceUniverse showing all the phones in a two-minute glance.
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