Leaked Renders of the Samsung S21 Appear Via OnLeaks

With the year coming to its close, we are nearing the next smartphone launch. This would be the Galaxy S21 or S30 (we’re still sceptical on the nomenclature). There is little known about the device except for speculations here and there. We do know certain things now, about the device. The look itself. A good source of initial renders has been OnLeaks. We saw a couple of looks from the designer, these include the iPhone, the Pixel series and many more. Now, we have the first proper render of the upcoming flagship from the designer.

We the embedded article, we look at the phone’s design in detail. Right off the bat, we can see the front display. This is quite an immersive display, offering narrow bezels and a small hole-punch design for the selfie camera. We can see that the initial impressions show that the edges are slightly curved. This would in fact be in line with the current Note lineup. Personally, this isn’t a fan favourite since it leads to a bunch of accidental screen touches.

First Look At the S21 from Samsung – OnLeaks & Voice

A really distinguishing feature is perhaps the lack of a camera bump on the back. Samsung devices have supported a camera bump on the back for quite some time now. This does not seem to be the case here though. It seems to be quite the flat back with the camera module hidden in a glossy housing. This is a little familiar and similar to the initial Pixel design from Google.

There are still speculations on the specs for the camera modules and the dimensions but they are adding that the screen would range from 6.7-inches to 6.9-inches. As for the rumours regarding S-Pen support. We really doubt that since it is a signature Note thing and it would actually take away from that device itself.

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.