There's been a steady drip of Samsung Galaxy S21 leaks in recent weeks, and now a couple more reports have come out and shed a bit more light on Samsung's plans for its next flagship Galaxy S phones.
First up, a few more spec details for the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra have leaked. Samsung leaker Ice Universe says that the Galaxy S21 Ultra display will have WQHD resolution plus 120Hz refresh rate and that it'll have "almost equal width bezel".
The S21 Ultra is also rumored to include a 108MP camera and support for 45W fast charging.
WQHD + LTPO 120Hz
Almost equal width bezel
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 10, 2020
Meanwhile, a separate report echoed previous leaks that've said we'll see the Samsung Galaxy S21 series introduced earlier in the year than other recent models. Reuters claims that Samsung will debut the S21 phones in late January, which would be earlier than the February reveals that both the Galaxy S20 and S10 phones got.
It's said that Samsung wants to announce the Galaxy S21 series earlier in the year to try and steal market share from Huawei, which is still unable to launch new phones with Google apps because of a ban from the U.S. government. Samsung reportedly also views the earlier Galaxy S21 launch as a way to fight off competition from Apple.