First Full Look at Samsung S21 Colours and Unpacked Poster

We are well into a week in December now and the next smartphone to wait for is the Samsung Galaxy S lineup. According to the renders we have seen, there are a bunch of new design changes we would witness. Not to mention, new colour options. Leaks have told us about the specs to look forward to as well. Now, we see tweets from Tron on Twitter which show us a full view of the phone, rendered posters of the unpacked event and the colours that we may see.

Now, we can see that the tweet gets its source from Lets Go Digital. We see that these show us a full 360 degree of the devices. We see the new camera design which does seem a bit unorthodox according to the current designs. Not to mention, fully immersive displays on front. We are certain that these would be top-notch quality displays, coming from Samsung. Now, we have another post from Max Weinbach who comments on these devices and their designs.

Now, according to him, the designs seem to be fully on point. This means that this is probably the final product that we’d be seeing in January or February since we are still unsure about the final date for the Unpacked event. About the colours, Max comments, that these do seem a bit off. We know that the simple S21 would come in at a couple of colours but these right tone, perhaps, seems off. We recently saw the new Galaxy Buds Pro and their new colour. Perhaps that would be the colour scheme on these upcoming devices as well. The Ultra models would obviously come in limited colours though, in typical Samsung fashion.

Sarmad Burki
Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.

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