As we are inching closer to the launch Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S21 series in January next year, rumour mills constant churning one leak after another. And now, a latest leak has revealed details about the promo reels for the retail launch of the Galaxy S21 series.
According to Android Police, Samsung Galaxy S21 5G’s promo reel showcased the device in Phantom Violet colour. The upcoming handset is expected to offer a flat display along with centered hole-punch camera as well as minimal front bezel.
The report further added that the Galaxy S21 5G features a triple camera module that houses a 12MP main sensor, 12MP ultra-wide along with 64MP telephoto cameras. Additionally, Max Weinbach has notified that this Samsung smartphone has housed the flash off on the right side of the device.
However, Samsung has reportedly introduced design changes in its Galaxy S21 Ultra device that offers a curved screen rather than a flat display that is expected to appear with the launch of Samsung Galaxy S21 5G. On the camera front, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is hinted to carry a quad-camera module as against the triple camera setup that is likely to be fitted on the S21 and S21+. The report notified that “We can see a single periscope cam with 10MP 10x super-telephoto zoom, alongside the 108MP main sensor, 12MP ultra-wide, and 10MP 3x telephoto cameras. There’s also a laser autofocus system at the top, replacing the TOF sensor of the S20 Ultra.”
If news reports are to be believed, Samsung Unpacked is expected to be held on January 14.
Meanwhile, Samsung has also announced a new update to Samsung Internet, its fast, easy and reliable web browser. Samsung Internet 13.0 introduces a series of new features and enhancements designed to offer users a better and safer browsing experience.
Asserting that Samsung is always optimizing its products and services to offer the best experience to the users, Du Kim, VP and Head of Web R&D Group, Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics, said, “Our lives are increasingly lived online, as people try to stay informed and connected, so we wanted to make it easier for everyone to enjoy the best the internet has to offer with peace of mind, knowing you can count on us to keep you safe.”
Moreover, Samsung Internet 13.0 update also offers a new permission request UI that will display a warning message if a website seems malicious and is attempting to trick users into allowing notifications.
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