The well-known network insider under the nickname Ice Universe, who often shares reliable and exclusive information about the latest products in the mobile industry, has published details about the screen of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone.
The report pointed out that Samsung’s total shipments at the end of the third quarter were 189.4 million units. The company’s total shipments this year are estimated to be 270 million units. Nevertheless, Samsung plans to ship 307 million mobile phones in 2021. Of the 307 million mobile phones, 287 million are smartphones and the rest are feature phones.
In addition, Samsung Galaxy A32 recently passed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification. According to reports, this device will officially arrive next year. There are speculations that the price of this device is about 400,000 won ($364). Although it will be Samsung’s cheapest 5G model, it is not entirely cheap.
Industry insiders predict that Samsung will launch a low- and medium-priced 5G phone with a multi-function camera when the Galaxy S21 arrive in January next year. The company will do this in order to seize the market gap left by the US sanctions on Huawei.
Nevertheless, it appears that the company is not preparing for a 5G phone under $350. This means that its devices are still pretty expensive, mid-range at best. If more $150 – $250 Chinese 5G phones hit the market in the first half of next year, Samsung may find itself struggling.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and S21+ clones are already coming 😄 pic.twitter.com/OXJV3WwzRz— Ben Geskin 📸📱👨💻 (@BenGeskin) January 5, 2021
Camera specifications of Samsung's Galaxy S21 series phones have leaked ahead of next week's formal launchhttps://t.co/KtSHZsSfxA— Gadgets 360 (@Gadgets360) January 5, 2021
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