We are a few days away from the launch of the phones Samsung Galaxy S21 on the 14th January, coincidentally the last day of CES 2021, but we're still learning more about handsets. Case in point: A new set of leaked photos reveals all the colors and shades phones can come in.
We have certainly seen a lot of Samsung Galaxy S21 colors , but it 's the most comprehensive assortment yet. In addition to the previously rumored colors for the S21 (Phantom Violet, Phantom Pink, Phantom Gray & Phantom White), the new leaks from Roland Quandt show the same color selection for the S21 Plus - as well as another solid red shade - in a set of four render images on two tweets.
The target tweet above also reveals five possible colors for the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra - more than the Phantom Silver we had already heard . Note the hatching on the corner of the camera block of three of these shades, a detail we haven't seen before. Perhaps more important: Quandt has labeled them as 'Custom Colors ', implying that these may not apply to all regions.
The second from Quandt tweet had another pair of images showing the standard S21 colors and repeated hues of the S21 Ultra from the first tweet. While neither show colors we have never seen before, we now have the most comprehensive collection of optSamsung S21 potential ions that we have seen so far.
Samsung Galaxy S21: everything we know from previous weeks ' confirmation of the date of theJanuary 14th to pricing details, which suggests the whole range can be cheaper than last year's phones, although they may downgrade some specs to get there.
There is also details on the camera features that come with phones, which could see improvements to the multi-capture single shot mode that debuted on the S20. But more and more rumors are emerging about the distinctive features of the S21 Ultra, like this it could be the first Samsung phone to feature a compatible WQHD resolution and 120Hz refresh rate at the same time. In addition, the indications that thepremium phone that supports the S Pen seemed more real, as renderings were standard and folio housings with slots to house the stylus.