With less than a month to go for the launch of the next gen Samsung flagships, leaks about the devices just won’t stop pouring. This time, the official Samsung Galaxy S21 video teasers have been leaked. Here’s what the phones look like.
Samsung Galaxy S21 video teaser
The first one in the list is the Samsung Galaxy S21, which is the basic variant in the series. It sports a flat-display with a selfie camera in the top center of the screen, and is equipped with triple rear cameras that are housed in a metallic bump that reaches to the side of the phone’s frame.
The device has a 12MP primary lens, a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens and a 64MP telephoto shooter, with an LED Flash sitting to the right of the camera bump.
Samsung Galaxy S21+ video teaser
The Galaxy S21+ looks identical to the S21, but the former has a bigger display.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra video teaser
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra video teaser shows a different design than the other two phones in the series. The S21 Ultra is the only phone of the three, to sport a curved display. The phone has quad cameras on the back panel. Android Police reports that the lens setup comprises a 10MP super-telephoto lens with 10x optical zoom, a 108MP primary lens, a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens, and a 10MP 3x telephoto lens. The fifth sensor, at the top of the array, is a laser autofocus, which means the device doesn’t have the ToF sensor that the S20 Ultra had.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 video teasers confirm the design that we have seen in prior leaks. The South Korean electronics giant will announce the phones in January 2021, and they are expected to start shipping a few weeks after the announcement date.