The Galaxy S21 Ultra may be the next big gadget to come in brown
Samsung’s next top-of-the-line mobile phone might come in brown, according to dripped marketing renders of the whole Galaxy S21 lineup shared by WinFuture writer Roland Quandt, and I have to say that it’s giving me some serious Microsoft Zune vibes
The phone will not simply been available in brown, however– it appears there are five colors prepared for Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra, including that brown, and you can see all of them at the top of this post and visualized listed below.
Other noteworthy phones have actually been brown- ish I ‘d argue that the gold iPhone 8’s aluminum might look like an extremely light brown in the right light, and the gold iPhone XS’s back has some brown tones. Samsung edged toward brown with the “Mystic Bronze” color used on the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra(though that color likewise has a lot of pink, in my eyes). However unlike those recent iPhones and Samsung phones, the S21 Ultra’s brown can’t be misinterpreted for a gold or a bronze– it’s a dark, earthy brown, and I kinda like it.
Samsung is also expected to reveal two variations of the non-Ultra S21: the Galaxy S21 and a bigger Galaxy S21 Plus. Each of those designs will come in somewhat different sets of colors, based upon the renders shared by Quandt.
The S21 may be available in 4 colors, consisting of a white and a lighter black that seem to be S21 exclusives. (The white is my individual favorite of all of the phones.)
And it seems the larger S21 Plus could can be found in 5 colors, consisting of a vibrant red, a darker black, and a blue-ish white that seem unique to the S21 Plus.
Colors aren’t the only things that have actually leaked about the S21 lineup, however– we have actually assembled everything else we believe we understand about the phones (and a couple other items Samsung might reveal on Thursday) right here
Samsung’s next Unpacked occasion kicks off Thursday morning at 10 AM ET, and The Brink will be covering all of the news from the show.
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