The external profiles don’t provide too many clues as to what the Galaxy S21 (or S30) would entail, although there are some clues that it would be a relatively safe design beyond the bumps. The standard model would have a roughly flat 6.2-inch screen with the familiar holey selfie cam, while the Ultra would have a slightly curved screen somewhere between 6.7 and 6.9 inches. The Ultra would still keep its long zoom rear camera, though it’s not certain what else it would change.
Just when you see the new Galaxy line is another story. In sync with a precedent SamMobile OnLeaks suggested that Samsung would debut the new phones in January, rather than the usual February or March. Whether this happens or not is not certain. While it might be easier to organize an event in early January given the lack of in-person meetings, Samsung rarely introduces major phones at the start of the year lately ̵