The Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus models, which Samsung will launch in the coming months, come to light with official render images.

South Korean technology giant Samsung is counting the days to introduce its new generation flagships. According to the allegations, the giant manufacturer will introduce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14 and deliver it to its users in a short time. Normally, there is very little time left until the launch date. Therefore, the frequency of leaks has increased considerably. You may remember that some people shared some renderings of the Galaxy S21 series a few days ago. Later, Samsung prepared a teaser about these phones. Now, again, some reliable sources have revealed the official render images of the Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus models.

We would like to underline that these render images were created by Samsung. In other words, it is completely official and confirms the design of the devices.

The design of Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus will consist entirely of the image above. These phones, which will also have Phantom White and Phantom Black color options, will be equipped with flat screens compared to the Ultra model. In fact, we can see the absence of the Edge screen as an advantage. Because the risk of breaking flat screens is lower than Edge screens, and their costs are also quite affordable. In addition, it does not have problems such as not sitting on its protective glasses. This is one of the other advantages of the device.

The Galaxy S21 series, which is expected to be released on January 14, will be equipped with Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100 chipsets according to different markets. In addition, the Korean manufacturer will introduce a Galaxy Buds Pro wireless headset, as well as the S21 series. The time to reach the owners of the devices was determined as January 29. Of course, we cannot know how accurate these dates are. However, we can say that most of the reliable people are completely supportive of these dates.

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