So we’ve already seen the concept renders and even a handy video of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones. But until now we’ve been in the dark about the official colors and what each actually looks like. Well, Winfuture just shared official renders across the family, including the vanilla Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and the premium Galaxy S21 Ultra. The leaked images also clearly show how the camera bump hits the surrounding metal frame and also take a closer look at the color options.
Samsung Galaxy S21 renders. Tap to view a full size image. (Photo credit: Winfuture)
Starting with the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21 +, both devices look identical. From the Locher Infinity O display on the front to the camera module with three lenses on the back, they look almost the same. Of course, the Galaxy S21 + will likely be bigger than the Galaxy S21 because of its larger display and battery. However, a key difference between the two phones is that the The Galaxy S21 will use plastic on the back, while the Galaxy S21 + will reportedly rock a glass and metal construction.
Samsung Galaxy S21 + renders. Tap to view a full size image. (Photo credit: Winfuture)
The Galaxy S21 is presented in four color options – a purple border with a contrasting gold frame and camera island, and a white hue with a silver frame. The pink and black color options ensure a uniform finish for the entire device and appear quite minimalist. The Galaxy S21 +, on the other hand, is only displayed in a black trim. However, the black tone of the Galaxy S21 + appears to be darker than that of the Galaxy S21.
Leaked Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra renders. Tap here to view a full-size image (Image credit: Winfuture).
As for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the official renders leaked show that it rocks this Phantom Silver Colorway with a subtle gradient. However, the device is also sold in black, reports Winfuture. The Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera island is much wider as it contains two rows of camera lenses. In particular, all three Galaxy S21 series phones will have a flat display, which is a significant departure from the curved display seen on all three Galaxy S20 series phones. Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S21 series at its next Unpacked event in January next year.