Samsung’s next flagship, the Galaxy S21 lineup, is rumored to be launched in January next year. The Galaxy S21 Ultra renders were already out, and it showed us how Samsung is going with a different design, but now the CAD Renders of the Galaxy S21 Plus has also been leaked.
A series of renders provided by MySmartPrice reportedly show CAD drawings of the new phone that fit early reports about the future lineup of Samsung. Early renders are the drawing itself, so there’s not much-telling information here, but we get a sense of what could come from Samsung early next year.
For the phone’s display, these renders reflect the thin and smooth edges. In the top left corner on the back of the unit, there’s also the camera array. It’s mixed into the real phone itself, which makes the picture very striking. It also matches early renders that appeared earlier by the visual artist Snoreyn.
Like the OLED panel on the Galaxy S20, the renders depict a phone with a 6.7-inch touchscreen. However, the study says the S21 will be marginally shorter, broader, and thicker than the current model. The bezels are meant to be incredibly thin, and it looks like the edges are not going to be as curved as we’ve seen in the past.