Oct 26, 2020 News
We recently had a look at the CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra thanks to the doings of MySmartPrice - and now they’ve provided us with renders for the S21+ as well, and unsurprisingly, the design is pretty close to its siblings.
The S21+ has a triple camera setup in the back, in a unique looking camera module which blends into the side frames and the back of the phone at the same time - but it does look sleek, so no one’s complaining at the end of the day. Moreover, the phone has rounded corners, a little more so than the Note 20 series we got earlier this year. If we move to the front of the phone, then the S21+ seems to have a selfie cutout in the middle of the screen this time, instead of the sides. There is no headphone jack to be seen in these renders, but that’s just become the norm nowadays.
If we talk about specs, then the S21+ is rumoured and expected to sport the Snapdragon 875 chipset. Well, at least it should in some variants around the world, as some regions will see the phone with an Exynos alternative. The phone’s rumoured to have a 4,660mAh battery, which is decently sizable by the standards of 2020.
The S21+, along with its siblings, is expected to launch somewhere in the January of 2021, a new year to make the start of better things to come.