The color of Samsung Galaxy S21 series (unofficial name) is allegedly leaked along with the country of production. The display industry analyst shared this information on Twitter, and he also pointed out that there will be Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra. In the past week, the Galaxy S21 series had news reports almost every day, whether it was about battery size, camera, design or release information. It should be noted that Samsung has not yet shared any information about the upcoming Galaxy S21 series.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series color selection (expected)
according to tweet According to display industry analyst Ross Young, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will be available in gray, pink, purple and white. It is said that the Galaxy S21+ has two colors of black and silver, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra has two colors of black, silver and purple. In addition, the tweet mentioned that Samsung smartphones will be produced in Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam.
This is all the information available in the tweet, and Young stated that these color options have been 100% confirmed. However, Samsung has not shared any information about color options, so this information should be used with caution.
Regarding previous leaks, it has recently been reported that Samsung Galaxy S21 + will punch a hole for the selfie camera, which is located at the top center of the display. In addition, the camera housing module of the Samsung Galaxy S21 also surfaced separately, consistent with the previously leaked content. In addition, the allegedly leaked Galaxy S21 Ultra rendering shows a larger camera module than the Galaxy S20 with four sensors.
According to reports, the battery size of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series has leaked through the 3C list. It is said that the Galaxy S21 is equipped with a 4,000mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging, the Samsung Galaxy S21+ is equipped with 4,660mAh, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra is equipped with a 4,800mAh battery. It is expected that these two products will also provide 25W fast charging support.
Last week, it was reported that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will arrive in January next year at the earliest. Samsung has traditionally launched its flagship smartphone in February or March, so this will be the company’s early debut. It is also said that the production of the new series will start in December.
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