Samsung Galaxy S21+ design leaked, looks similar to Galaxy S21
Samsung Galaxy S21+ has been spotted with a punch-hole display, and a thick camera bump.
Samsung's Galaxy S21 series is expected to launch early next year. With only a few months to go, the Galaxy S21 smartphones have been showing up on leaks. We now have a look at the alleged design of the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+.
Noted leakster Ice Universe has shared two images of what is said to be the Galaxy S21+. The smartphone has a punch-hole camera at the centre with very thin bezels. The volume rocker and power button can be seen on the left side of the phone. Going by this image, the Galaxy S21+ looks quite like the Galaxy S20 series. It looks like there won't be any major design changes on the upcoming flagship Galaxy S series.
There's a CAD render of the Galaxy S21+ shared by MSP which shows the Galaxy S21+ with triple rear cameras placed vertically on the side. At the bottom there's a USB Type-C port and speaker grille. The camera bump also looks quite thick in this render. The front looks the same as seen in the image shared by Ice Universe.
Based on these leaks, the Galaxy S21+ looks quite like the Galaxy S21 which was spotted recently. The Galaxy S21 is seen sporting the same punch-hole display, and an elevated rear camera bump. The LED flash sits just next to the camera sensors but outside the module.
The same goes for the Galaxy S21 Ultra as well but this one has four rear cameras and not three like the Galaxy S21 and S21+. The Galaxy S21 series will be the next flagship phones to look for, and Samsung is expected to bring some major upgrades to compete with the iPhone 12 series.