Like all years Samsung plans to inaugurate its premium launch schedule with a new generation of the Galaxy S series. But to vary things a bit, the South Korean company is planning to return to old ways as the Samsung Galaxy S21 is said to be announced in January.
We still don’t know if the new flagships Samsung will carry the nomenclature Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30 but it is most likely that the names are difficult to get out of those two options. It’s also pretty safe to speculate on the presence of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chip. But its announcement date comes as a surprise.
In February the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30 would already be on the market
Weeks ago we first heard about a premature launch of the Samsung Galaxy S30. At that time there was even talk of the possibility that these flagship cell phones would appear in a digital presentation during the month of December this year. It would have been the first time that Samsung announced two generations of Galaxy S in the same year.
Reports from different sources agree that Samsung has already started mass production of components for the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30. Mass production starting at this point signals, at all costs, an imminent announcement soon, so the announcement rumor for mid-January seems especially plausible.
Samsung Galaxy S21 would be announced in January and would be accompanied by a Galaxy S21 + model and another Galaxy S21 Ultra. That is, the models announced during the Galaxy S20 generation would be repeated. Of all these, it is the Galaxy S21 Ultra model from which more hardware details have been leaked so far.
In his case, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra would debut with a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X screen, a Snapdragon 875 processor for its US and Chinese models and with a quadruple rear camera with a 108MP Samsung ISOCELL HM2 main sensor. That is, several of the most powerful components on the market to date.
Via: Pocket Now