Real photos of Galaxy S21 and S21+ have now been leaked, which made us understand these devices for the first time and confirmed previous camera information leaks.
Of course, in the past month, we have introduced the appearance of these two devices, but this is the first time we have briefly introduced the S21 Ultra and S21+ with interesting rear camera housings.
Also, we don’t see much other content, such as the shortness of this S21 photo leak video. However, YouTuber Sakitech effectively confirmed certain camera hardware.
Given that Samsung is scheduled to launch the Galaxy S21 series in early 2021, it is actually surprising that we have not seen any real-time images or photos of any trio in late 2020.
By the way, we can better understand the appearance of the slightly refined rear camera module on the S21 Ultra and the smaller S21+.
In the short video (below), most of the camera hardware has been confirmed in the official release to be released around January 14, 2021. Equipped with a four-camera system and autofocus system.
As the rumors suggest, Samsung seems to stick to the main 108-megapixel sensor (12-megapixel ultra-wide) and two 10-megapixel zoom lenses-one at 10x and the other at 3x.
The leaked photos also show the settings of the Galaxy S21+ camera, which is smaller and “stacked” less than its larger sibling, the S21 Ultra.
During the video, we obtained some confirmed specifications for the triple camera setup, including a 12-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle, and a 64-megapixel telephoto zoom lens. According to Sakitech, the standard version of the Galaxy S21 will use the same camera as the S21+.
The latest leak shows the matte effect on the Galaxy S21 Ultra and S21+, although it is not clear whether this is the case or what it looks like from these photos. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.