In the past few weeks, there have been multiple reports regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21. According to early speculations, this device will arrive in early January next year. Subsequently, reports out of South Korea claims that the launch of this device will be in January. However, we now have something more specific. According to popular Twitter leakster, Jon Prosser, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be announced on January 14, 2021.
The report claims that there will be three models including the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. The announcement of all three models will take place the same day. Furthermore, he claims that the South Korean technology giant will start global pre-sales of the Galaxy S21 series on the same day.
In Prosser’s tweet, he also stated that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be available in a variety of colors, including black, gray, pink, silver, purple, and white.
In other respects, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra runs the stable version of One UI 3.0 based on Android 11. It is expected to be equipped with a high refresh rate curved screen (144Hz probability is greater than 120Hz). It will also use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chip in markets such as China and the United States. However, there are reports that the Xiaomi Mi 11 will be the first to use the Snapdragon 875 SoC in China. Other market uses Exynos 2100 SoC, the size is 165.1mm x 75.6mm x 8.9mm.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will be equipped with a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x Infinity-O display, a 5000mAh battery, a 40MP front lens, and more. The main camera will offer four sensors, where the key one will have a 108-megapixel resolution.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra receives NFC certification, Exynos 1080 SoC spotted on Bluetooth SIG https://t.co/U1msPEGKNw— 91mobiles (@91mobiles) November 5, 2020
Another Samsung Galaxy S21leak points to a mid-January release date for the Samsung S21 line of phones. This would be historic, as the S-series have launched in February for several years now. https://t.co/bBAEWrh95V pic.twitter.com/dA6b3SmgUg— TechRadar South Africa (@techradarZA) November 5, 2020
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