Samsung has yet to officially announce when it will launch the Galaxy S21, but thanks to previous leaks, we know that in two weeks. As the year ends later today, Samsung releases the first official Galaxy S21 teaser.
This first teaser for Samsung’s upcoming flagship doesn’t touch on dates, but simply teases that a “new Galaxy awaits,” referencing the S21 series. The video mentions that the new year and the new device will bring “new ways of expressing yourself,” possibly teasing new camera or software features.
After those vague messages, Samsung plunges into the history of the Galaxy S series with each older model turning into a next year’s review and each change highlighting the biggest physical differences between each phone. For example, we can see design changes, the addition of water resistance on Galaxy S5, the curved screen of S6 and S7, the removal of the home button on S8 and the arrival of the perforator on Galaxy S10 and S20. It’s a nifty little video.
Of course, we already know a lot about what the Galaxy S21 will bring to the table despite this teaser not officially confirming anything. The Galaxy S21 will have the same centered hole as the S20, but with a flatter screen and thinner bezels. The phone also adopts a new rear camera module design that blends into the frame. The renderings leaked so far have been quite stunning.
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