As we get closer to the official announcement of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21, the leaks are starting to pick up. The leaked renders, courtesy of leaker @OnLeaks, showcase how the phone might look like when it is released next year. Since the information isn't official, it is possible that the actual phone may look different, however, this sheds some light as to what to expect when the phone officially arrives early next year.
Steve HmMcFly, the name behind @OnLeaks, noted that the phone's unique rear camera housing design makes it different from its predecessors, as it extends from the metal frame of the device. All three cameras have been placed vertically on top of each other, with the flash added right next to the housing, similar to what Samsung did with the Galaxy Note10 series.
The device should boast a flat 6.2-inch display and have a punch-hole at the center of the screen to house the selfie camera. It should measure up at roughly 151.7mm x 71.2mm x 7.9mm. The camera bump at the back is estimated to add 1.1mm of additional thickness.
Rumors indicate that the phone will be unveiled in January 2021, and Samsung is working on three different variants of the Galaxy S21.