The Galaxy S21+ is illustrated in a new leak. According to a photo shared by Ice Universe, Samsung’s large-format smartphone will stand out with its huge 6.7-inch screen, which is 0.5 inches larger than the standard Galaxy S21. The leak also confirms the uniform borders that will surround the AMOLED panel.
This Friday, November 13, Ice Universe, a famous leaker specializing in Samsung smartphones, published two diagrams representing the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ side by side on its Twitter account. True to form, the informant apparently obtained the manufacturing drawings of the new smartphones several months before their launch.
Based on the information gathered, he drew two diagrams of the front design. As you might expect, the Galaxy S21+ has a much larger slab than the standard S21. Leaks point to a 6.2-inch screen for the standard Galaxy S21. For its part, the S21+ would be built around a 6.7-inch panel . Finally, the Galaxy S21 Ultra would be sublimated by a 6.8-inch screen.
Infinity-O screen is confirmed
Unsurprisingly, Samsung once again opts for a perforated Infinity-O screen. This time it looks like the cavity in the slab is located even closer to the top edge. This year, the South Korean manufacturer would also bet on uniform borders. As the diagrams show, the borders around the screen are the same size, including the chin.
Finally, it should be noted that the edges of the S21+ appear more curved than those of the Galaxy S21. For the standard model, Samsung would offer flatter edges like on Apple’s new iPhone 12. Information from Ice Universe corroborates previous leaks, including renders released by OnLeaks.
As a reminder, Samsung would unveil the Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra from January 2021 in order to boost its mobile division. The Unpacked event would take place on January 14, 2021.