Samsung’s next flagship smartphone lineup, the Galaxy S21 series will launch worldwide on January 14th. Android Authority Reporting. Samsung’s largest mobile experience store in India has revealed this date Sammobile Later confirmed Date with company official at Samsung local offices. Although Android Authority It is reported to be a global launch date, Samsung HQ has not yet confirmed.
Although the January launch is earlier than the February unpack events we are accustomed to in recent years, this is not the first time the date has been rumored. Earlier this week, Android Police Reported January 14 launch based on its own resources.
The phones will go on sale in India on January 29, according to employees at the Samsung Opera House outlet in Bangalore. Android Authority Reports. The store is taking pre-orders with a deposit of Rs 2,000 (approximately $ 27) for the next three handsets, the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra. The full price for the lineup has not yet been announced.
In addition to verifying the launch plans, the new report Android Authority It also revealed the specs of some upcoming handsets. In India they are powered by Samsung Exynos 2100 processor, and are available in three colors: gray, pink, ple da and white for S21; Pink, ple da, silver and black for the S21 Plus; And black and silver for the S21 Ultra. Android Authority The S21 Ultra is said to have a 108-megapixel main sensor, along with two additional 10-megapixel sensors, one of which has a 10x optical zoom.
The latest report provides revealing details about the new handsets. Earlier this week we looked at phones in advance A series of leaked teaser trailers, Which displays their redesigned camera bulbs. The trailers confirm that the S21 Ultra will have a total of five cameras compared to the three in the S21 and S21 Plus.
Trailers Followed by a report in November Each phone will come with a 120 Hz display, and will have 6.2 to 6.8-inch screens. Internally, they have batteries ranging in size from 4,000 mAh to 5,000 mAh and are powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 888 processor in areas that do not use Samsung’s own processors. The S21 Ultra is also expected to be compatible with Samsung’s S-Pen, which is important to consider the rumors. The stylus fitted note lineup is disabled.