Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra may take advantage of Xiaomi’s big asset

After months of rumors, it seems more and more assured that Samsung will not release a new Galaxy Note this year, but the 2022 model could impress. New images reveal a possible design for the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra, which could conquer millions of users.

First of all, it’s important to point out that these images are far from official, being the creations of renowned designer and leaker Ben Geskin. However, the great experience of the Latvian designer in the world of smartphones leaves us dreaming of some details presented in these images.

Geskin’s design features the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra with a curved screen that is virtually borderless. Also noteworthy is the absence of a punch-hole on the screen, which could be replaced by a sensor under the screen.

Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra may take advantage of Xiaomi’s big Asset

Looking at these images it’s easy to point your finger and say that this design is a “flat copy” of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, and that doesn’t need to be a negative point.

Instead of worrying about who is copying who we owe, look at the various ways these “inspirations” can help further leverage the evolution of smartphones.

In the case of this hypothetical design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 21, we have a photographic module identical to the Galaxy S21 Ultra, including its periscope camera. Although it doesn’t appear to be included in the design, Ben Geskin confirmed it via a comment in his post.

The big news is next to the sensors, with a secondary screen being integrated, similar to what happens in the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Obviously, Samsung wouldn’t follow in Xiaomi’s footsteps and use the Mi Band 5 screens. So, if this idea came to fruition, we could expect a mini OLED panel designed exclusively for the Galaxy Note 21 Ultra.

As with Xiaomi’s flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra’s secondary screen could also be used to view a wide variety of information, as well as be used to take selfies with its main cameras.