The Samsung Galaxy S21 is hitting all of the leaky checkboxes in the lead up to its announcement next month. We've seen unofficial renders based on CAD drawings, we've seen hands-on photos and video, and now we're getting official renders, too.
The first official Galaxy S21 image has leaked out. The press render, made by Samsung and leaked by Evan Blass, gives us a clear look at the front of the Galaxy S21. It's got slim bezels, a centered hole-punch selfie camera, and both volume and power buttons on the right side of the device.
Previous rumors have said that this display is a 6.2-inch FHD+ screen with 120Hz refresh rate support. We've also heard that Samsung is working to improve the in-display fingerprint reader of the Galaxy S21, making it both larger and faster to unlock.
This Galaxy S21 display looks pretty similar to the front of the Galaxy S20, but that's about what we've been expecting based on previous leaks. The back of the Galaxy S21 is where Samsung made the most changes, giving the S21 a new camera bump design that sort of wraps around from the back of the phone to its sides.
In other Galaxy S21 news, a new report says that the Google Discover feed will be included with Samsung's new flagship. The folks at Android Police say that the Galaxy S21 will let you choose between Samsung Free, which offers free TV shows and other content, or the Google Discover feed that'll show you news, weather, and other info Google thinks you'll be into.
Samsung is likely going to announce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14. The company today teased that it's got a Galaxy announcement to make in January, but didn't spill any other details.