Earlier this week we got our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra thanks to some design renders. The Galaxy S21+ was missing from that leak, but now we're getting some info on that model, too.
New images claim to show a raw CAD render of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ (via MySmartPrice). While these aren't official images from Samsung, these renders do give us a few details about the S21+'s design.
One of the biggest changes from the Galaxy S20+ to the Galaxy S21+ is the camera bump. Like the non-Plus Galaxy S21, this Galaxy S21+ model has a camera bump in the upper-left corner of its backside. The design of the camera bump appears to wrap around the sides of the phone.
We can see that there are three cameras on the back of the Galaxy S21+ as well as a flash that's sitting outside the camera bump.
Today's report also says that the Samsung Galaxy S21+ has a flat 6.7-inch display, which would make it the same size as the Galaxy S20+ display. Another detail that's unchanged from the Galaxy S20+ is that the S21+ has a hole-punch selfie camera that's centered at the top of its screen.
The CAD renders show that the Galaxy S21+ will have power and volume buttons on its right side, too, plus a USB-C port on the bottom. Like last year's Galaxy S20+, the Galaxy S21+ will not have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S21+ dimensions are said to be 161.5 × 75.6 × 7.85mm. That would make the Galaxy S21+ just a hair shorter than the Galaxy S20+ but also a bit wider and thicker. The Galaxy S20+ dimensions are 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm.
Rumors have said that Samsung will announce the Galaxy S21 series in January 2021. That would be a month earlier than Samsung has introduced its recent Galaxy S flagships. And while most of the details of the Galaxy S21 series are still unknown, Samsung's Galaxy S phones are always some of the most hotly anticipated releases of the year, so more info will surely come out in the next couple of months. Stay tuned.