With a little more than one month left to go before Samsung will reportedly unveil the Galaxy S21, we're getting our first look at the upcoming flagships in the flesh.
A new photo claims to show the rear camera arrays of both the Galaxy S21 Ultra (left) and S21+ (right). The image, shared by YouTuber Sakitech, shows the S21 Ultra with four cameras, a flash, and a sensor above the flash, while the S21+ has three rear cameras.
Meanwhile, leaker Ice Universe has revealed the full camera specs of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The top left sensor is a 12MP ultra wide camera, then below that is a 108MP main cam with 0.8um pixels, and then in the bottom left is a 10MP 10x telephoto camera. In the upper right is a laser autofocus sensor, then a flash, and then a 10MP telephoto cam with 3x zoom.
The third and final Galaxy S21 leak today shows the front and rear of the phones. New renders have been shared by LetsGoDigital that are not official images made by Samsung, but are said to be based on "reliable information" from a source close to Samsung that has provided actual images of the S21 phones.
As we've seen in previous leaks, the Galaxy S21 phones shown in these renders have a new wrap-around camera bump design. The fronts of the phones aren't hugely changed from the Galaxy S20 series, boasting edge-to-edge screens with slim bezels and centered hole-punch selfie cameras.
Rumors have said that Samsung could announce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14th, a date that's also given in today's leak from Sakitech.