Based on some credible rumors and leaks, the talented Giuseppe Spinelli (also known as Snoreyn) has teamed up with LetsGoDigital to visualize the next in Samsung’s Galaxy series. Slated for a January 2021 debut, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will allegedly come with 4 main-camera lenses, a hole-punch camera on the front, and with the option to be paired up with Samsung’s S-Pen, a standard in the Note series.
The phone is rumored to come with a sprawling 6.8-inch QHD + rounded OLED screen traveling edge to edge with virtually no bezels. The hole-punch camera is perhaps the only physical element of the phone that breaks into the screen’s design, but companies are working on under-display cameras, so here’s hoping that later Galaxy models sport this tech. The rear of the S21 Ultra features a unique camera bump that integrates into the top left corner of the phone. The 4-lens camera includes a 108-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a 10-megapixel telephoto camera with 10x zoom, and finally a 10-megapixel telephoto camera with 3x zoom, along with a laser autofocus sensor and a flash. An alleged 5000mAh battery will provide 12 hours of use, giving you a day’s worth of phone time. According to credible leaks, Samsung plans to ship the phone without a charging brick or earplugs, a decision Apple took in November with its iPhone. The accessories, however, will be available at a reduced rate to buyers, in an effort to only supply hardware to those who opt for it, helping cut down on e-waste. Additionally, power-users can even buy the S-Pen as an addon with their S21 Ultra, helping uplift its abilities by giving it a variety of features from taking notes, marking up photos/slides, and even using the S-Pen as a trigger to click images and record videos!
The phone’s been visualized in the classic black and silver variants, with the addition of two new colors – Phantom Brown and Phantom Blue. Although Samsung has yet to send the official press invitations, it’s speculated that the new Galaxy S21 line-up will be announced on January 14, 2021.