Samsung’s next flagship phones might have just leaked – including some pretty huge camera bumps.

Shared by YouTuber, Sakitech, the images and video show us the two new phones that are set to be announced in early 2021. We’ve already seen renders of the S21, but this is the first time we’ve gotten a real look at what’s going to be announced next year.

We get to see the new Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ show us the size of the camera bump that people will have to deal with when these things ship. We also get to see the black models that it’s likely most people will end up with – although we do hear that it might not be available at launch. Those camera bumps will house three lenses on the Galaxy S21 + and five on the Galaxy S21 Ultra, so it perhaps makes sense that these camera bumps are so large.

A 108MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and two telephoto lenses are expected of the Galaxy S21 Ultra while the Galaxy S21+ will get a 12MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and a 64MP telephoto lens.

In reality, this latest leak doesn’t show us anything we didn’t already know based on previous renders from the likes of @OnLeaks, but it’s always good to get a second opinion.

Expected to be announced in January, the new flagship Android devices are set to be camera powerhouses.

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