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Updated: Galaxy S21 Ultra in Phantom Silver is absolutely gorgeous, see for yourself


Last updated: December 21st, 2020 at 18:29 UTC+02:00

Update: A new set of press renders have emerged from @evleaks on Voice, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G in both Phantom Silver and Phantom Black are, once again, absolutely gorgeous. We look forward to the official launch but we’ll probably see more of the Galaxy S21 Ultra until then. Stay tuned and don’t forget to check the image gallery below.

After the Galaxy S21, it’s now time for the Galaxy S21 Ultra to shine in the spotlight, thanks to a couple of new press renders that have made their way on the internet via WinFuture. The smartphone’s design features may look familiar thanks to all the previous CAD renders the media has produced in recent months. However, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, as seen in these official (leaked) press renders, has never looked better.

The Phantom Silver finish looks gorgeous and the fresh design approach towards the camera bump works really well. As prominent as the camera bump can be – it definitely is the focal point of the entire back panel – it also blends in with the rest of the phone. It looks industrial yet luxurious at the same time.

The side view is equally stunning, especially due to how the metal frame flows around the upper-left corner of the phone and blends in with the camera bump. The display has an Infinity-O cutout and it is virtually flat, but as seen in the render above, the glass covering it has a slight curvature around the left and right edges of the phone.

This luxurious design backed by impressive dual-telescopic cameras will apparently come at a cost though. The base Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G variant with 128GB of storage is expected to hit key European markets for 1,399 EUR, making it 50 EUR more expensive than the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Then again, you could argue that, as far as the exterior design is concerned, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is in a different league.

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