Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy S21 in two versions, one of them with an under-screen camera

Samsung is working on its next flagship series of phones, which will likely be called Galaxy S21 and some say it will be the S30.

With the entry of the camera technology at the bottom of the screen to some phones, such as the ZTE A20, Samsung will not delay the launch of its first phone with this new technology, which is expected from users.

The latest leaks confirmed a few days ago that the company’s next flagship phone will be the last that comes with a front camera in a hole, which is the latest front camera technology in the world of phones.

A new leak reveals new details, confirming that the South Korean company is actually considering launching two versions of the series, or perhaps one model of the series, which is likely to consist of three S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra phones.

According to the leak, a copy will be with a front camera in a hole, as we have been used to from the company in the past few years, and a copy with a camera at the bottom of the screen.

Galaxy S21 leaks :

In previous leaks, documents also revealed the battery capacity of both the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus phones, as the first phone carries the model number SM-G991 and has a battery capacity of 3880 mAh, while the S21 + gets the model number SM-G996, and the capacity 4660mAh battery.

In other camera leaks, Samsung is testing a 150-megapixel camera sensor, and the phone will also support laser auto focus, and it is expected that there will be a 64-megapixel optical zoom telephoto lens, in addition to a 16-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 12-megapixel macro lens. Megapixels.

It is worth noting that the Chinese company ZTE launched on the first of September, the first phone with a camera at the bottom of the screen, while Xiaomi is also preparing to launch a phone with a camera below the screen soon.

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