Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup is expected to be announced next month. Being a flagship series, we all are excited about the next devices from Samsung. We have already got some idea of the design of the device, thanks to renders. Now, another render of Galaxy S1 Plus has surfaced online. This time exposing Galaxy S1 Plus in silver color.
The renders come from Pigtou and xleaks7. The render is based on leaked CAD drawings of the S21+. The dimensions on which this render is based are also provided. The phone measures 161.55mm long, 75.6mm wide, and 7.86mm thick. Just like the drawings, we see a triple rear camera setup like on the Note 20 Ultra, but this time the array is taking more space on the side of the device. It is bending to the frame of the device making it look different than previous flagships.
There is an LED flash outside the camera array. At the bottom, there is Samsung branding, and other than that the device is neat. On the bottom, you will find the USB Type-C port to fuel your device along with speakers. You will find the volume rockers and power button on the right side of the phone. Talking about the display, it is a huge 6.8-inch panel although it seems Samsung will be ditching the under-display front camera on this smartphone. But like any other Samsung flagship, the notch is very small.
From Grey To Silver
This specific render is either hit or miss for you because of the silver color. You may love it or hate it. I personally like how the camera array is shiny while the other area is having a matt look comparatively. The Galaxy S20 Plus came in colors including Cosmic Black, Pink, and Cosmic Grey. And I will choose the Galaxy S1 Plus Silver color any day over the Cosmic Grey color. It has a different touch to it.
To recall, the Galaxy S1 Plus is expected to come with a flagship processor which will be the Snapdragon 875/888 and the Exynos 2100. The display will rock the 120Hz high refresh rate. While a battery of 4000mAH capacity will be providing juice to the phone. The device has a screen of 6.8-inch, plus it will be a 5G enabled phone. With such demanding features, will a 4000mAh battery be any good? Well, let us know your opinions in the comments section below.