After the renders and specifications for the Galaxy S21 and S21 + models appeared, the WinFuture site also published the renders for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, giving us the closest insight into the premium phone of the South Korean company so far.
Like the smaller models in the series, the Galaxy S21 Ultra also has a large camera module on the back, which connects to the frame of the device, and it houses four cameras. The phone is also believed to have laser autofocus, similar to the Note20 Ultra model. The camera system on the back should consist of a 108MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, as well as two 10MP telephoto sensors with 3x and 10x zoom.
On the front, the phone has a 6.8-inch WQHD + display with a 120Hz LTPO panel refresh. The front camera is located in the punch-hole opening in the center of the upper part of the screen. The photos also suggest that the S21 Ultra will have a curved display, unlike the S21 and S21 + models which have straight edges.
When it comes to colors, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected in black and silver variants. Samsung has also confirmed support for the S-Pen smartpen.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S21 series of phones on January 14, and reports suggest the South Korean company could lower phone prices due to the economic effects caused by the coronavirus pandemic.