Samsung Galaxy S21 Series Specs and Images Leaked
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Samsung Galaxy S21 Series Specs and Images Leaked

We know Samsung is planning to release either the Galaxy S21 or S30 at the beginning of 2021, but we are not sure which one. Now, Android Police revealed the device Samsung is working on is the Galaxy S21 Series. The company is planning to release the next flagship Galaxy phone series as early as January.

This latest report shows a lot of details about the new Galaxy S21, quoting different sources and even reveals visuals of the new series. The upcoming Galaxy flagship is made out of the S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra, codenamed O1, T2, and P3.

Galaxy S21 render – Android Police

Perhaps the most significant improvement comes in the display department. The new Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ will both feature FHD+ 120hz displays while the Galaxy S21 Ultra will also get the advanced adaptive refresh LTPO panels as seen on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra. The Galaxy S21 will hold a 6.2-inch display while the Galaxy S21+ a 6.7-inch one. 

Galaxy S21 Ultra render – Android Police

The Galaxy S21 Ultra has, as the report notes, one of the best displays on any smartphone out there. The device will pack a 6.8” WQHD+ LTPO display with an adaptive refresh rate of 1hz to 120hz. The S21 Ultra will also have its display contrast ratio improved to 3,000,000:1, as opposed to the 2,000,000:1 on the previous generation. The same report predicts the S21 Ultra will offer S Pen support, but the stylus will not be included in the box. It’s alleged Samsung is planning to sell cases that will store the S Pen outside the body of the phone.

Here is a full list of the leaked specs for the upcoming Galaxy S21 Series, curtosy of Android Police:

If It Has a Camera, We Know Something About It.

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