A few days ago, an anonymous source posted several images that he claims relate to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S30 (or Samsung Galaxy S21). Galaxy S phones usually don’t appear online until late December or early January.
However, since there are many rumors that Samsung may launch its latest flagships much earlier than usual, these early leaks seem to confirm these rumors.
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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.
You can see the leaked renders in the video. Keep in mind that Hemmerstoffer has a huge impact when it comes to leaks like these, but they are still leaks. Thus, do not assume that the device will be exactly like this.
For reference, the source says these renders are for the Galaxy S30, which is the smallest smartphone in the series to our knowledge. He says its dimensions are approximately 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm.
Speaking of the camera bump, it looks more understated in this design compared to the Galaxy S20 series (and especially the Galaxy Note 20 series). We cannot draw any conclusions from the renders alone. If true, then this is a great way to keep the module thick to enhance the quality of photos without increasing the thickness of the phone as much.
The Samsung Galaxy S30 Ultra design seems almost identical to the S30, albeit with some differences. You will immediately notice that the rear camera body is much larger. The source claims it is almost double the size of the Galaxy S30 and contains a total of four camera sensors.
Unfortunately, he doesn’t know the camera configuration but points to recent rumors that the phone could have dual zoom lenses, as well as wide-angle and ultra-wide sensors.
According to the available data, you might think the rear cameras are flush with the phone body. However, on the side profile of the device, the camera protrusion is visible as it really is). So, even though Samsung has slightly re-positioned the case, it can still remain quite chunky.