Samsung Galaxy S21 is the next-generation flagship product of the Korean giant, and it is said that it will be launched as early as January next year. The report’s timeline is earlier than the company’s traditional Galaxy S phones released in February or March. According to reports, the Galaxy S21 may be released sometime in early January. According to reports, Samsung also plans to start production of its Galaxy S21 flagship product in December-one month earlier than the Galaxy S20 manufacturing that started in January this year.
SamMobile quoted sources familiar with the development and reported that the release of Samsung Galaxy S21 will be held in early January 2021. Presumably, one of the reasons behind the early release was to take advantage of Huawei’s absence. The January release may also give Samsung time to prepare for the future launch of its new foldable phone.
According to another report by TheElec, Samsung will start production of the Galaxy S21 series in December and “start sales one month earlier than its predecessors.”
The Galaxy S20 series will go on sale on March 6. This indicates that the Galaxy S21 model may debut on February 5 next year. SamMobile also speculated that the Galaxy S21 may be available in late January or early February.
In addition to the Samsung Galaxy S21, you can also look forward to the launch of Galaxy Buds 2 at the Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event early next year. TheElec reports that the new wireless earbuds code-named Attic will have enhanced waterproof performance, which will be better than the original Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Buds + and Galaxy Buds Live.
Samsung Galaxy S21 specifications (expected)
According to TheElec, the Galaxy S21 series has three different models, called O1, P3 and T2 internally. They may be Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra. According to previous reports, Galaxy S21 Ultra may support S Pen.
In addition, TheElec report also mentioned that the new models in the Galaxy S21 series will provide five different color options-gray, pink, silver, purple and white. On the other hand, Galaxy Buds 2 are said to have black, silver and purple color options.
It is speculated that at least one model in the Galaxy S21 series will be equipped with a selfie camera under the display and optical image stabilization (OIS) support. New high-end phones in the company’s Galaxy series may also have fast charging support up to 25W.
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