With the Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup approaching faster than anticipated (it's launching in January after all), it is understandably the hot topic right now. We've just seen the whole family in a set of high-quality renders, and now it's time for a more real life if not quite as telling image.
Trustworthy Samsung tipster Ice universe just posted on his Instagram account a live photo of the front glass panels of the Galaxy S21 trio. And aside from the side by side size comparison that we got from the picture, we can also see that previous renders of the Galaxy S21s are fairly accurate. The bottom bezel is just a tad thicker than the side and top bezels but not enough to ruin the overall symmetry.
Also, since this is the front top glass layer of the phones, there's no cutout for the selfie camera, which is believed to be centered like before. And, of course, we get a confirmation about the screen sizes - 6.9" for the Ultra, 6.7" for the Plus model and 6.3" for the vanilla.
In addition, we have a live look at the backs of the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S21+ side by side. The Ultra is said to have a 108MP main camera alongside a 12MP ultrawide module as well as two 10MP telephoto snappers (one of which will boast 10x optical zoom).
The S21+ will sport 12MP main and ultrawide shooters alongside a 64MP telephoto module. Both models will come with glass backs sporting a matte finish.