After getting to see the design of Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra leaked, we finally got the opportunity to see the last member of the new family, the Galaxy S21 Plus, which thus closes the circle. RAW CAD rendering leaked and shown by colleagues from MySmartPrice shows a design very similar to that of its brothers.
The only details of the specifications we have for now are the dimensions of the Galaxy S21 Plus, equal to 161.5 × 75.6 × 7.85 mm, and those of the display (defined by Samsung Infinity-O) from 6.7 ″ with a central hole that houses the front camera. Considering these numbers, the Galaxy S21 Plus will be shorter, wider and thicker than its predecessor. While as far as the screen is concerned it carries the same diagonal as the Galaxy S20 Plus. However, the new flat screen may have an equal-sized bezel on all sides, as noted by Ice Universe.
Samsung Galaxy S21+ is like this. pic.twitter.com/FkSceMk9Br
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 22, 2020
Taking a look at the rear we can notice the photographic module in the redesigned configuration that we have already seen in the other two models of the series. This now merges with the chassis – possibly metal – in the upper left corner, and features three cameras, the specs of which are still unknown. Outside this section, we find a cutout dedicated to the LED flash.
Let’s take a look now the edges of the device. About that right both the power button and the volume adjustment button were noted; on that a left, on the other hand, no door or hole was found. Continuing on that up we find the compartment for inserting the SIM together with a couple of other holes, perhaps dedicated to the microphone. Finally, in the edge down there is a Type-C port, a microphone and a speaker grill.
As we have mentioned several times over the course of these weeks, it is relatively sure that Samsung will launch the new generation of Galaxy S21 smartphones within January 2021. Furthermore, there are some speculations regarding the battery of the S21 Plus which will have a capacity of 4,660 mAh with probable support for 25W fast charging. Ultimately, it is said that in some markets these devices will be powered by the SoC Snapdragon 875.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus Images
Image source: MySmartPrice