The Samsung Galaxy S21+ design has just been shown yet again, and its dimensions have also been mentioned. Do note that these are CAD-based renders, similar to the ones we’ve seen in the last leak.

The Galaxy S21+ design is shown again here, in both images and video

These renders come in both image and video formats, and are courtesy of Leaks7 and CoverPigtou. This handset features a silver paint job, and it looks as expected.

You’ll notice that the bezels are almost non-existent around the phone’s display. The display camera hole is still here, and it’s still centered, but it’s quite small. All the physical buttons seem to be placed on the right side.

The power / lock button is placed below the volume up and down buttons. The phone’s display features rounded corners, and the same goes for the device itself. The sides are rounded for easier grip.

We can already see that this will be a slippery handset, though that was to be expected. It will be made out of metal and glass, just like its predecessors.

The look of the camera housing is the biggest design change compared to the Galaxy S20

The biggest change, design-wise, compared to the Galaxy S20+, is that camera module on the back. The Galaxy S21 series will have a camera module / housing that is an extension of the frame. That makes for a rather interesting design, to say the least.

You will notice that it does protrude on the back, a bit, and that there are three vertically-aligned cameras included there. Samsung’s branding is also visible on the back.

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The source also mentioned the dimensions of the device. The Galaxy S21+ will, allegedly, measure 161.55 x 75.6 x 7.86mm. So, it will be both tall and wide, but we’ve seen taller and wider phones out there.

This won’t be a small phone by any means, though. The Galaxy S21 will be considerably smaller, if that’s something you want, so that phone should be the center of your attention, not the ‘Plus’ variant.

The Galaxy S21 series is tipped to become official in January, while it may launch in February, at least in the US.

 



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