With speculation looming that Samsung might launch its S21 series in January, we naturally hope to get more details on upcoming flagships. Well, we got it thanks to the latest set of renders from @onleaks that give us our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra. Additionally, the source supports the rumors of the January release.

Both phones come with centered punch holes like their predecessors, with the S21 sporting a 6.2 “flat panel, while the Ultra is between 6.7 and 6.9” with an even more pronounced curvature.

On the back, both phones come with a radically different design. The S21’s camera bulge has grown compared to the S20 and now wraps around the frame of the device. We have three cameras stacked vertically, while the flash is now separated from the camera bulge.

Elsewhere, the design remains largely unchanged down to the button locations. We can detect holes for two microphones on the top and the indicated dimensions of the phone are 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm (without the camera bumper).

The S21 Ultra has an even more substantial camera bump around its back with four arranged lenses. Like the Vanilla S21, it wraps around the side of the phone with the frame extending to blend in.

The dimensions listed for the S21 Ultra are 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm, while the camera bump adds another 2mm to the overall thickness. The alleged addition of an S-Pen seems to be almost confirmed as wrong.

In addition to the new versions, both the S21 + and its Ultra counterpart were found in China’s 3C certification database. The only useful information from the listings is that both phones will come with a 25W load.


The upcoming Galaxy S models will feature an “EP-TA800” charger which was also confirmed last week when we saw the Galaxy S21 listed by 3C with the same charger.

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Amazon has released its new security camera, the new Ring Security Camera, which is fixed on top of the flying drone.

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Amazon Ring Drone

Ring – Always Home Cam

Called the Ring – Always Home Cam, it is an autonomous indoor security camera that can fly into your home and record scenes from multiple perspectives. The device has set a path for users to fly across the house. When the device is not in the air, it locks into the dock, blocking the camera, in an attempt to confirm privacy concerns.

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Amazon Echo Show

Amazon unveiled the device with new products during its virtual hardware event on Thursday(24/09/20). The company also announced upgraded Echo and Echo Show models, launching new ring security cameras for cars and its video game streaming service Luna.

The ring, acquired by Amazon in 2018, will tackle many areas of the smart security market, introducing integrated doorbells and smart home cameras, allowing people to see their homes from a distance.

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Ring Always Home Cam – Known Specifications

Ring founder Jamie Siminoff wrote in a blog post that Always Home Cam allows you to monitor multiple areas of your home with a single device, rather than buying multiple cameras. The drone’s smart home security system is connected to the ring alarm. If the system detects suspicious activity, Home Cam always flies automatically to see what is going on.

Ring devices have provided another way to draw Amazon deeper into its ecosystem, integrating them with its Alexa Virtual Assistant. Following the controversy over Ring’s decision to work closely with police to help investigate crimes, the business is also embroiled in privacy concerns. Lawmakers have increasingly increased research on the Ring and customer video footage accessible to its Staff.

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Siminoff said the Always Home Cam was built “With Privacy and Security in Mind.” The device only records when in flight and its motors are noisy so users can hear it move around the house, Ring said.

The Always Home Cam doesn’t have the exposed rotors you’d see on a drone designed for use in outdoor open spaces. It has a plastic border and grills that enclose those for safety. It’s also small, at 5″x 7″x7″, which is useful for safety of both people and household objects.

“This cannot be controlled manually, it ensures that only what is important to you is recorded,” Siminoff added.

Always Home Cam will be available in 2021 and costs $250.

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