Samsung Galaxy S21 series’ colour variants ‘confirmed’ by tipster
Galaxy S21 will come in Gray, Pink, Violet and White colors while the more powerful Galaxy S21+ will arrive in Black and Silver colors.
There have been rumours and leaks on upcoming Samsung flagship, tipped as the Galaxy S21. We have already seen the renders and now there is another leak suggesting the colour variants. As per the report, Samsung will once again have three models in the series – Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra.
Display industry analyst Ross Young has stated that Galaxy S21 will come in Gray, Pink, Violet and White colors while the more powerful Galaxy S21+ will arrive in Black and Silver colors. The premium handset, Galaxy S21 Ultra will come in Black, Silver and Violet colors. The analyst claims that these colour variants are “100%” finalised.
Samsung Galaxy S21 is likely to be manufactured in South Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia and Brazil like before.
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According to a recent leak by tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy S21+will sport a punch-hole camera at the centre with thin bezels. The volume rocker and power button can be seen on the left side of the phone.
S21 Leak, 100%— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 23, 2020
S21 - Gray, Pink, Violet and White
S21+ - Black and Silver
S21 Ultra - Black, Silver, Violet
Production in Brazil, Indonesia, Korea and Vietnam
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.
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+.
All three smartphones are expected to show up earlier than usual. They are rumoured to see the light of the day in January instead of their usual February-end launch time frame.