Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra leaks have been started coming these days, and the latest round reveled more details on possible production commencement and an updated more clear render that shows rear camera tweaks to the most premium model in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series.
Samsung is expected to introduce the next generation S series flagship sometime in January next year. And it is expected to offer three models this time around – the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21+, and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. The nomenclature is not certain yet as there are speculations that the series could be called Samsung Galaxy S30 as well.
Tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer, aka OnLeaks, shared an updated render of Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra on Voice. Hemmerstoffer claimed that his sources have shared some changes to the camera setup on the top model. The DVT (Design Validation Test) prototype – essentially the final prototype before mass production – has an additional unknown sensor inside the camera module, that wasn’t there before. OnLeaks had earlier shared renders of Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra a few weeks ago, and at that time, the images had a quad rear camera setup with flash support. The updated render has five cutouts, with the fifth one having an unknown sensor. The details of this sensor are not known yet.
The Galaxy S21/S30 series is expected to have three variants- a vanilla variant, a Plus, and an S21/S30 Ultra. The entire series is reportedly coming a month early in January 2021. One of the leaks also says that the device will flaunt Black, Violet, and Silver color options. Among them, Ultra reportedly carries a model number SM-G998U. In case you dint know, the leaked specifications of the device say it will have a dynamic AMOLED punch-hole display. The display will reportedly measure 6.8-inches and be a 2K display with a 120/144Hz refresh rate. It is expected to sport a 108MP rear camera sensor and a 40MP selfie shooter.
As usual, you can expect the internals to differ based on the regions. That is, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 for the US, China, and Exynos 2100 SoC for Korea, India. All of this will reportedly be backed by a 5,000mAh battery that probably supports charging up to 60W.