According to Android Central, Samsung's next flagship could arrive in January 2021. And new leaked renders show that the Galaxy S20's camera will also be included in the upcoming Galaxy S30 (or S21; the name is not yet official).
According to trusted leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka @OnLeaks), the standard Galaxy S30 will have a 6.2-inch flat screen with a front-facing pinhole camera. The S30 Ultra shows a larger, curved screen between 6.7 and 6.9 inches in size. However, the leaks do not provide details on the phones internal specifications.
According to Android Central, three new Galaxy S models are expected in the January version, a Standard, a Plus and an Ultra model. The Ultra model will have an S-Pen pen, according to Hemmerstoffer, but there doesn't seem to be a dedicated slot for the pen. The camera hump of the Ultra appears to be twice as large as the standard model and, according to Hemmerstoffer, can have up to four lenses. He suspects that there will be wide and ultra-wide lenses as well as a telephoto or periscope lens. The Ultra's lightning bolt is in the bump.
When the new Galaxy S models hit the market in January, it will be weeks ahead of Samsung's traditional late February timeframe. And as Android Central points out, it's the next time Samsung has timed the release of a new Galaxy S phone with a new version of iPhone – the iPhone 12 models will be released later this month and early next year.