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Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 Ultra’s back panel leaked in live images

Samsung Galaxy S21 series is close to its launch and the leaks are still coming for these smartphones namely Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. In the past, we have encountered several renders of these upcoming devices and now the real-life images of Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra have been exposed.

The backside of both these models of Galaxy S21 has been revealed which suggests their camera placements. The images also show that these smartphones will come in a black color option with a matte finish.

As per the leaked images, the Galaxy S21+ model has a triple camera setup at the rear with an LED flash outside the camera module. While the S20 Ultra features a completely different camera design. It has four rear cameras, an LED flash, and an AF sensor similar to Galaxy Note 20 all these are placed in a single camera module.

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The source further reveals more details about the camera lenses on these smartphones. The Galaxy S21 Plus will have three rear cameras of 12MP for Ultra-wide and a 12MP main lens and a 64MP telephoto camera. Both the Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus will have the same camera configurations.

For the Galaxy S21 Ultra, there will be four cameras at the back with two telephoto lenses for the first time. These four lens consists of a 108MP main camera, a 12MP camera for ultra-wide shots, and two telephoto lens. One of the telephoto cameras will be capable of 10x zoom and the functionality of the second lens is unknown besides its 3x zoom capacity. You can also check the video linked below to get a detailed overview.

Other than the camera specs the Galaxy S21 smartphones will come with many premium features such as 5G connectivity, flagship processor, smooth Dynamic AMOLED display, and more. Samsung will launch the Galaxy S21 series in mid-January of 2021. To know more about the Galaxy S21 lineup consider our articles linked below.

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