Samsung has already unveiled all the flagship smartphones for this year – it’s time to turn our attention to the flagships of 2021. The first will be the Galaxy S21 (or Galaxy S30 – while there are various rumors about the name), and the source suggests looking at its possible design now.
Yes, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (S30 Ultra) with a subscreen camera on renders. The flagship Samsung 2021 will be released only in six months, but you can look at its design right now.
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 2021 coming with Stylus and replacing Galaxy Note 21
- Samsung Galaxy S21/S30 (2021) abandon some features that are using in S20
- Samsung Galaxy Note 21 and Galaxy S21 (2021) first renders and new features revealed
- Samsung Galaxy S21 (2021) smartphones will receive platforms
Of course, the renders are unofficial, but the source is confident that they generally correspond to the development vector chosen by Samsung’s mobile division. For example, the company talked about a subscreen camera two years ago, and next year such a solution may well appear in a commercial model. And most logical of all – the flagship.
The main camera unit will most likely be the same as in the Galaxy Note20, but the autofocus system will change – there will be a laser autofocus assistant that will be able to solve a number of problems typical for the current flagships of Samsung.
In general, with regard to design, it is legitimate to talk about the evolution of design, but not about the revolution.
According to another report, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will get S Pen, and the Galaxy Note series will go down in history – it will be replaced by Galaxy Z Fold.
For flagship Samsung smartphones, whose screens receive the highest DisplayMate rating year after year, such obvious artifacts on the screen are unacceptable.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphone, due out early next year, will be one of the first devices on the market to feature a Snapdragon 875 SoC.
However, sources claim that the Samsung Galaxy S21, like the Xiaomi Mi 11, may be left without a sub-screen camera, which the Chinese manufacturer already showed in work last week.
Sources said today that the South Korean giant will not use sub-screen camera technology in the Samsung Galaxy S21, which is still not mature enough for use in smartphones.
This was confirmed by live photos of the first smartphone with a sub-screen camera ZTE Axon 20 5G, which, according to the creators, uses the third generation of technology. In photographs, the camera area is clearly visible.
For flagship smartphones Samsung, whose screens receive the highest DisplayMate rating year after year, such obvious artifacts on the screen are unacceptable, so the manufacturer will wait until the technology becomes even more advanced.
Earlier it was reported that the current prototype Xiaomi Mi 11 also lacks a sub-screen camera – it received a reduced opening from the display for the traditional front camera.
However, the start has been made anyway, and next year many similar phones will appear on the market.