Samsung Galaxy S30 Ultra leaked ahead of rumoured January 2021 launch. The phone will be called the Galaxy S30 Ultra and is tipped to launch alongside the Galaxy S30. This information comes after there were reports last week of the series going into mass production. Hemmerstoffer published CAD renders of the S30 Ultra revealing key details about the device. In terms of dimensions, the tipster claims that the S30 Ultra’s screen will be between 6.7 and 6.9-inches and measure roughly 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm.
However, he claims that there is no slot for the S-Pen, although there is a belief that the phone will still support it. Talking about the Galaxy S30, the phone's dimensions are said to be 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9m. If this is indeed true, it would mean the S30 will be slightly wider than the S20. The report claims the Samsung Galaxy S30 series could launch earlier than usual, as the phone is set to arrive in January 2021. This would be the earliest release for a Samsung Galaxy S flagship. The phone is expected to be launched in three models, including a top-end S30 Ultra featuring support for an S Pen and new camera capabilities. This would be the earliest release for a Samsung Galaxy S flagship.