Samsung Galaxy S21+ Design Gets Revealed In RAW Renders

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra leaked in CAD renders recently, and the Galaxy S21+ is here to follow suit. The phone’s design just got revealed thanks to RAW CAD renders provided by MySmartPrice.

As you can see, the Galaxy S21+ won’t step far away from its siblings in terms of design. This was expected, of course. The major change compared to the Galaxy S20 series is the flat display, and that camera module on the back which is the extension of the phone’s frame.

The Galaxy S21+ will include three cameras on the back, and they will be vertically-aligned. The phone’s camera module will be placed in the top-left corner, as you can see. The phone’s corners will be rounded, and the same goes for its display corners.


A display camera hole will still be a part of the picture, and it will be centered. The power / lock button sits on the right, as you can see, right below the volume up and down buttons. You can also see that the phone’s rear camera module will protrude.

The Samsung Galaxy S21+ design renders reveal a 6.7-inch display

The source also notes that the phone will feature a 6.7-inch display. It will measure 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm, while we still do not know how much will the device weigh. Chances are that it will be around 200 grams, though.

The SIM card tray is located at the top, as you can see in the renders, while the Type-C port sits at the bottom. A 3.5mm headphone jack is nowhere to be found on these renders, and that was to be expected.

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The Galaxy S21+ is rumored to include a 4,660mAh battery, and ship with the Snapdragon 875 SoC. Well, at least one of its variants will include Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship SoC, the other one will be fueled by Samsung’s Exynos chip.

The Galaxy S21+ is expected to arrive in January. Several reports suggested that Samsung will announce its S21 lineup early. January seems to be when that’s going to happen. The company still did not confirm anything, though.