Samsung Galaxy S21 leaked renders show a vertical triple camera setup

In the past couple of weeks, we have gone through multiple leaks and rumors for the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphone. Now, we have the first renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 showcasing the device from the front and back. The CAD-based render shared by @xleaks7 looks similar to its predecessor from the front, but the rear design is something new.

As per the renders, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will feature a single punch-hole display with a high screen-to-body ratio. The tipster suggests that it may come with a 6.24-inch large display with no curved edges. Coming to the rear side, we see a triple camera setup and an LED flash to the right. The camera bump extends around the edges of the frame which is absent on its predecessors.

The official name of this upcoming smartphone is still a mystery but some reports suggesting two names as Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S30. Further, the tipster has shared the estimated dimension of the device that is 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm (9.0mm with the camera bump included). We see a power button and volume rockers to the right of the smartphone whereas the USB Type-C port, microphone, and speaker grille sits at the bottom.

Previous leaks surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S21 suggests that it may feature a 108MP primary camera, 25W fast charging, and Exynos 1080p chipset. Besides the Galaxy S21, there could be a “Plus” and an “Ultra” model too. That’s all for now, but we are sure to receive more details soon. Stay tuned for further updates.