Samsung's rumored upcoming Galaxy S21 series continues to leak online, with teasers for the phones appearing Tuesday on Android Police. The Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra are expected to launch in January, with the report saying it has the first official renders of the phones.
Those renders show the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G in a lavender shade, with a hole-punch camera and small bezel on the front of the device. The rear render shows a purple and bronze appearance with a triple camera array, which is rumored to come with a 12-megapixel lens, 12MP ultrawide and 64MP telephoto camera.
The purported official renders of the S21 Ultra show a curved screen, according to Android Police, as well as a.
The announcement of the Galaxy S21 series will happen during Samsung Unpacked on Jan. 14, according to the report, with availability on Jan. 29.
Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. You can check out the renders on Android Police.