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Samsung Galaxy S21+ leaked: Samsung may surprise it’s user yet again, leaks suggest

Galaxy S21+
Galaxy S21+ leaked

Earlier this week only Samsung launched it’s S series phone named Galaxy note S20. Soon after the launch of Galaxy note S20, Samsung Galaxy S21+ leaked in different online platform. According to the report Galaxy S21+ is going to be most power packed device of the Galaxy S series.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ leaked and it’s already creating buzz among the tech lover. There are some important specifications revealed in the leak. Galaxy S21+ is likely to be come up with a powerful battery backup of 4600mAh. This phone will also support fast charging of 60 watt.

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Specs on camera also been leaked and the primary camera could be of 108MP. The camera of S21 ultra possibly will be a upgraded version of Samsung ISOCELL Bright HM1 camera sensor. It should be a great deal for the people who loves to click photos. Samsung always try to give it’s users a seamless camera experience and a powerful 108MP shooter must rock the platform.

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Galaxy S21+ leaked

Samsung might use their own Exynos 1000 SoC, with a 5nm process and not Qualcomm’s chipsets. But it’ll be no less than the Qualcomm’s upcoming 875 chipsets.

The device might not used ToF sensor in this phone. In Galaxy S20 also they skipped using the sensor. Rather they will use Qualcomm’s in-display finger print sensor which will bigger and fast while using.

It can be a great deal looking into the battery capacity and Camera quality if Samsung launch this phone in a reasonable price segment.

Nothing apart from this specification has come up yet. We can hope for a early announcement from the Samsung officials with the major features and specification.

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