Samsung Galaxy S21 mold exposure: rear three cameras, pixels may be improved

Samsung has released a number of models this year, such as the Galaxy S20 series flagships and the Galaxy Note20 series flagships. The ones that should be released have already been released, and Samsung has set its sights on next year. If nothing happens, Samsung will launch a new Galaxy S21 series early next year.

Recently, the camera mold of the suspected Galaxy S21 was exposed. As you can see from the picture, the Galaxy S21 adopts a rear three-camera design, and the shape may be matrix style.

Combined with the previous news, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be equipped with the Snapdragon 875 processor, and will be the first batch of models equipped with this processor. It is reported that the Snapdragon 875 is completed by a 5nm process technology, using Cortex X1 super core, and also using Cortex A78 large core. Compared with the previous generation of processors, the Snapdragon 875 will have a substantial upgrade in performance.

In other respects, the main camera with the highest version of the Galaxy S21 is expected to be 100 million, and the main camera of the Galaxy S21 may also rise to 100 million pixels, and of course 12 million pixels may also be used. As for the release time, outsiders speculate that it will be released in January next year.