Samsung's next flagship phones have already leaked a few times, but not much has been shared officially about the upcoming Galaxy S21 series. That has finally changed, as Samsung has the first teaser for the new devices on the company's YouTube channel.
The predictable deluge of leaks and rumors has already given us more than just a sneak peek at the Galaxy S21 line ahead of its formal unveiling, but it's not done yet. In the latest leak, an Galaxy S21+ poses for the camera, showing off its purple and gold back and the sought-after flat display with minimal bezels. Plus, a separate leak gives us an early look at some of the first-party cases for the S21 lineup.
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The Galaxy S series has been around for over a decade, and in that time it's become one of the best-selling smartphone lines in Android history. Widely seen as the iPhone's fiercest rival, the hype surrounding each new version's release is immeasurable. That popularity always leads to plenty of leaks in the months leading up to release, and Samsung's next offering is no different. The next Galaxy is still a little way out, but thanks to our own Max Weinbach and others, we already know practically everything about the S21.
It may still be 2020 for another week or two, but the fever for Samsung's 2021 lineup has officially started. We've seen a number of leaked renders and promotional videos, but now a new video may just be our best look yet at the upcoming Galaxy S21+ — and it includes a camera comparison with Apple's iPhone 12 Pro Max flagship.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S21 series is looking pretty nice based on the variety of leaked images, renders, and videos we've seen so far. Now a leak of a different sort has been released online, providing a glimpse at what we might expect to pay for Samsung's latest flagship lineup — and the news is both good and bad.
The debut of Samsung's new Galaxy S21 series is rapidly approaching. We've received a few early looks at the device's design in the past month or so, and even gotten our hands on some official teaser videos. Now Samsung's marketing renders of the S21 have found their way online, showing off the device in all of its colors — and there's also some peeks at the upgraded S21+ and S21 Ultra.
Samsung is going to be announcing the Galaxy S21 soon, and along with that, its latest One UI 3.1 system software. One UI 3.1 will be a slight iteration to what is currently rolling out to the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series right now. Changes are set to include new camera features like Director's View, new display features like Eye Comfort Shield, and the arrival of the Google Discover feed on One UI Home.
With Samsung set to launch the Galaxy S21 in about a month, the leaks are coming thick and fast. As soon as we think we know everything about these phones, a new leak comes along, providing us with even more details. But while we've seen plenty of renders, imagery of actual hardware has been much harder to come by. Now that's changing in a big way with the release of hands-on first impressions video featuring the Galaxy S21+, and we're all losing our minds.