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Samsung Galaxy S21 series camera specs revealed ahead of Jan. 14 launch

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 to be unpacked a month sooner than you expected as company has announced that the Galaxy S21 series is arriving on January 14.

With this month’s Galaxy Unpacked 2021 virtual event we’ll see three new 5G S21 phones along with the expected Galaxy Buds Pro and ‘SmartTag’ Bluetooth tracker.

For its next event, the company announced the launch date and also hinted via a teaser image at the S21 launch.

The image does not explicitly mention the S21 or any of the other siblings launching with it, but it is easy to see what Samsung is teasing from the previous leaks.

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The camera setup of the Galaxy S21 is blurred and kept inside a glass cube in the picture, but it is clearly the module of the S21 given how many times we’ve seen it in leaks by now.

Ahead of the launch event, a series of leaks and rumours have revealed quite a good deal about the design and specifications and the big camera upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus are said to have a 12MP primary sensor, 64MP telephoto lens, and 12MP ultra-wide camera and S21 Ultra is tipped to feature a 108MP primary camera, 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a couple of 10MP telephoto lenses.

The Galaxy S21, the S21 Plus, and the S21 Ultra are expected to include the full lineup. All these will, depending on the region, be operated by the upcoming 5nm Exynos 2100 SoC or the Snapdragon 888. Usually, South Korea and the US get the Snapdragon variants, while the rest get ones from Exynos.

For smooth usability, all of them will have QHD+ displays with AMOLED panels and a 120Hz refresh rate. As always, this will be one of the finest shows of quality available on the market.

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