The Samsung Galaxy S21 series has been leaking like crazy lately. Well, Evan Blass has just shared yet another piece of the Galaxy S21 Ultra puzzle, its rear camera module. This leak follows unwatermarked images of the device he shared recently.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra camera module reveals four camera sensors, as previously reported
As most of you know by now, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will feature four cameras on the back. One will be placed on the front. In the image below, you can see the phone’s rear camera setup.
Three larger sensors are placed in vertical order on the left, while the fourth one is located on the right (the bottom one). Above that fourth sensor is an LED flash, and some other sensor, which is not a dedicated camera sensor.
That unit in the top-right corner probably hides a laser autofocus unit, and quite possibly something else. You will also notice that the camera housing on the back is an extension of the phone’s frame.
A 108-megapixel sensor by ISOCELL will be the phone’s main camera
Speaking of the cameras, the phone’s camera specifications did surface recently as well. The device will arrive with a 108-megapixel main camera, backed by a 12-megapixel ultra-wide unit, and two 10-megapixel telephoto cameras. One of those telephoto cameras will be a periscope one.
The device will be capable of offering 3 and 10 times hybrid optical zoom, while PDAF will also be supported. If you’d like to get all the details when it comes to its camera sensors, click here.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra will arrive alongside its siblings, the Galaxy S21 and S21+. All those devices will launch in mid-January. They are rumored to arrive on January 14, and become available at the end of January or in February.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra will be the most powerful smartphone in the series, needless to say. If you’d like to know more about any of these three smartphones, make sure to check out our Galaxy S21 preview article.