Samsung is scheduled to release its flagship Galaxy S21 series on January 2021. There have been many reports disclosing the next-gen series’ specs and price. The South Korean smartphone manufacturer opened pre-bookings for devices in the US with incentives on the purchasing of accessories, more than two weeks before its alleged sale. On the other side, there really is no such details somewhere else on the software or on the mobile maker’s landing page.
There were few significant announcements regarding three devices prior to the announcement as well. In its article, WinFuture.de said that the S21 series which come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor in the US, whereas in other countries it is an Exynos 2100 processor. The latest functionality of the Exynos SoC is yet to be unveiled in a January 6 event. However, leaks say that there won’t be any gap between Exynos and the edition of Snapdragon this time around.
Two capacity options will arrive with the S21 and S21 Plus models: 128 GB and 256 GB combined with 8 GB of RAM. With One UI 3.1 on top, they can operate on Android 11 out of the package. There are noticeable improvements, as well as reduced resolution, in the show.
The 6.2-inch and 6.7-inch Full HD+ Dynamic 2x projection displays are available for the S21 and S21+. On both platforms, the 120Hz refresh rate will be eligible. In the pixel density display, there is also a noticeable decrease from 563 pixels per inch (ppi) to 421 ppi on S20 and 525 ppi to 394 ppi on S20+. They can hit 1,300 nits of peak brightness and have Corning Gorilla Glass 7 security on board.
The revamped cameras of the S21 series became the key fees and the attraction hub. The camera almost combines with the devices’ sides. The S21 triple camera configuration comprises a 64MP main sensor, a 12MP telephoto lens and an ultra-wide 12MP lens. 3x hybrid optical zoom and optical image stabilisation (OIS) support will both be available. Leaks also mean that the front would have a 10MP snapper. To view the latest technology, a few camera samples of the handset surfaced.
They are supposed to provide 8K and 4K shooting capacities in the video department of up to 30 frames per second and 60 fps, respectively. They will also have stereo speakers and an IP68 ranking for dust and water resistance, as the previous version.
A 4,000 mAh battery on the S21 and a 4,800 mAh battery on the S21+ would back up all of this. Like the S20 series, they will be capable of 25W fast charging and Qi wireless charging. There are also reports that, with the latest devices, Samsung would not have a battery. Xiaomi has already stated that it is not going to launch its flagship Mi 11 with a battery.
A German website has leaked the price of the machines in Europe. The 128GB and 256GB versions of the S21 will be priced at around EUR 849 and EUR 899 (that’s around US$1035 to US$1095). On the other side, for 128GB and 256GB models, the S21 will cost EUR 1,049 (US$1280) and EUR 1,099 (US$1340) respectively.
The Samsung S21 Ultra, which is possible to arrive with S-Pen support, does not have any fresh reports. A 6.8-inch WQHD monitor with a refresh rate is required to be supported. The camera would be the great difference between the Ultra and other models. It is anticipated that the S21 Ultra would have a 108MP main sensor on the rear, whilst the front would have a 40MP shooter. As per the Galaxy Club, a 4,885 mAh battery with 45W fast charging support may also be included.