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Breaking: Biggest Galaxy S21 leak is here, come check it out!

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Last updated: December 8th, 2020 at 19:19 UTC+02:00

The Galaxy S21 has been leaked already a few times, and as we get closer to the series’ debut, leaks are only going to get more hectic. Today, there’s a new leak that’s perhaps the most damning of them all. The leak consists of three short presentation videos for the Galaxy S21 5G, the Galaxy S21+, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

The videos showcase each smartphone’s main camera module, highlighting the new camera bump design picked by Samsung for its 2021 flagship lineup. Spec-wise, the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ cameras are expected to share the same characteristics including 12MP main and ultra-wide sensors as well as a 64MP telephoto unit. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S21 Ultra should have a 108MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide shooter, a 10MP 10x telephoto lens along with a second 10MP 3x telephoto shooter, and a ToF sensor.

Galaxy S21 Phantom Violet color revealed

Samsung will introduce a main color that will represent the entire Galaxy S21 series as well as the upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro, just like it picked Mystic Bronze for the Galaxy Note 20 lineup. The company has now decided on the so-called Phantom Violet color for the Galaxy S21 series but a splash of Mystic Bronze remains around the camera lenses and the metal frame itself.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra, on the other hand, is depicted only in a darker color so only time will tell if it will also be available in Phantom Violet. The Galaxy S21 series is expected to be unveiled in mid-January, on the 14th of the month to be precise, though Samsung has yet to officially confirm the date.

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