This week a new high-end mobile is presented worldwide, the Huawei Mate 40, a device that will arrive in Spain accompanied by its brothers, the Mate 40 Pro and possibly the Pro Plus.
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But the technological machinery does not stop and today we have been able to know what the next Samsung flagship will be, the Galaxy S21 (although we do not rule out that it is called S30) of which a few days ago we told you that it could have a release date earlier than expected.
The Galaxy S21 will be a continuation of the S20
Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known as Onleaks, was in charge of showing us three images created by computer of what the future Samsung flagship will be like.
This model will maintain the aesthetics seen in the S20, with a screen that takes almost the entire front part and with a central perforation for the front camera. It looks like the bottom frame will be somewhat thinner and would use a flat screen.
In the back we have a triple camera module that seems to be turned on the side, giving a curious and differentiating feeling, something that is never too much in this market.
The edges are still metallic and rounded and it seems that Samsung is not going to follow Apple’s new trend with the iPhone 12, which is once again betting on flat frames as we saw in other models of the brand, such as the iPhone 4 or 5.
Although the images created by computer are not the best to talk about colors and finishes, it seems that the company would opt for a matte color on the back, which would be a success since critics and users have spoken well of the models that They have used it, like the OnePlus 7T or the Huawei P40 Pro.
There are still months to go before the presentation of these mobiles and surely we know much more about them before the event in which they are made official.
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