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Galaxy S21 video, new Carl Pei projects and Galaxy A52 3D renderings

Did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Wednesday, December 9: a leak of the Galaxy S21 presentation teaser, the new projects of the co-founder of OnePlus and 3D renderings of the future Samsung Galaxy A52. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.

Screenshot of the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G presentation teaser

Screenshot of the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G presentation teaser

Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra: official teaser leak confirms name and design

Samsung is expected to present its next high-end smartphones next month, succeeding the Galaxy S20. If one could wonder until now about their name or their design, a video unveiled by Android Police allows however to confirm them. The site specializing in Android news has indeed been able to get its hands on a Samsung teaser presented as official. Enough to discover the design of the three smartphones as well as their names, the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 5G and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.

Gone from OnePlus, Carl Pei announces audio plans for 2021 with help from iPod dad

Last October, we learned of the departure of Carl Pei, one of the two co-founders of OnePlus. Then left for new adventures, without specifying which ones, he finally said more in an interview with Wired magazine. What to learn that the entrepreneur is going to get into the audio field. He intends to launch the first devices next year, associated with Szymon Kopec, one of the managers of Spotify. His new business has already raised $ 7 million.

Samsung Galaxy A52: this is what Samsung’s future mid-range should look like

In addition to the Samsung Galaxy S21, the Korean manufacturer should also renew its mid-range in the coming weeks. The leaker OnLeaks has published 3D renderings of the Samsung Galaxy A52, the smartphone that should succeed the Galaxy A51 launched this year. We can thus discover a 6.5-inch screen with a punch on the upper part, as well as nothing less than four cameras on the back.

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