Multiple reports have said that the Galaxy S21 series will be launching early next year. A leaker even revealed that the Galaxy Unpacked event is set for January 14. Now, new info says that Samsung will launch the phone in February just as it did this year.
The report is from Android Headlines and they say got the info from an insider source, one that is trustworthy, which is why they are making it public. The source revealed to them that the launch will hold in February but didn’t reveal the exact date.
This is the first report saying that the Galaxy S21 series will launch in February as practically everyone has reported a January launch date. Nevertheless, we advise our readers to take all info about the launch date with a pinch of salt until there is an official announcement.
It is possible that the phones were scheduled for a January release date but new developments have caused the date to be pushed back to February.
Qualcomm is yet to announce the Snapdragon 875 processor which will power the Galaxy S21 series in select markets. Samsung is also yet to unveil the Exynos 2100 that will ship with the Exynos variants of the S21 series. There is a Snapdragon summit scheduled for early December and the chipset should be announced there, however, there are concerns that the processor may not be available early enough for it to start appearing in phones in January.
The Galaxy S21 series includes the standard Galaxy S21, the Galaxy S21 Plus, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. There will also be a Galaxy S21 FE but that should arrive much later in the year. All phones will support 5G, have displays with a 120Hz refresh rate and run One UI 3Android 11 out of the box. It has also been reported that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have support for the S Pen, a first for the Galaxy S series. However, the stylus will have to be purchased separately.
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