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Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra Live Images Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra live images surfaces online. Even though Samsung has not revealed the names for its upcoming flagship line-up, The Galaxy S21 series is in rumors for some time now. The live renders of the smartphones shows similar punch hole design similar to Samsung Galaxy S20. The South Korean Giants may also reveal the Galaxy Buds 2 along with the phones.

Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra

According to the Gadget360 report, The Samsung Galaxy S21 will come with the same central punch-hole at the top along with slim bezels, The rumors suggest that the smartphone will feature a 6.2-inch flat display and measures 151.7×71.2×7.9mm and a total thickness of 9mm with the camera bump. The phone will boast a triple rear camera at the back and this time the module looks like to have a rare design. The flash is placed next to the camera module and not inside, like most other phones.

Moving toward the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, the live images shared by Voice show a little curved display and the screen will measure between 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch. At the back, the phone may arrive with a large quad rear camera module, along with the flash. The smartphone measures 165.1×75.6×8.9mm, and 10.8mm thickness with a camera bump. The phone is tipped to come with S Pen but there will be no slot for the S Pen inside the phone.

There is no official announcement by Samsung when the galaxy S21 series will be launched but rumors suggest that Samsung may reveal the new line-up as soon as in January next year. The Samsung S21 series may arrive in Grey, Pink, Violet, Silver, and White color options.

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