Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S21 smartphones are expected to be unveiled in mid-January. A large number of leaks has fully disclosed the design of the devices, and their renders appear on the Web now and then. However, today the S21 + and S21 Ultra have their first live shot.
The photo was shared by the Sakitech YouTube channel, which received it from an anonymous source. The picture shows two older Galaxy S21 models lying side by side. S21 Ultra stands out for its more advanced main camera module. According to the leak, the main rear camera of the Galaxy S21 Ultra will use a 108MP ISOCELL HM3 sensor with a pixel size of 0.8 μm. An ultra-wide-angle module will complement it on a 12-megapixel Sony IMX563 sensor with 1.4-micron pixels and two telephoto cameras on 10-megapixel ISOCELL 3J1 sensors with 1.22 microns. One of the telephoto modules will be equipped with a periscope lens with 10x optical zoom support. In turn, the Galaxy S21 and S21 + will receive two 12-megapixel and one 64-megapixel sensor.
It is assumed that the flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S21 series presented next year will receive support for the S-Pen stylus. This, according to rumors, is due to the intentions of the South Korean company to completely abandon the Galaxy Note family, which was released in 2011.