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Samsung Galaxy S21 is now up for reservation in the United States


Samsung is expected to launch its upcoming Galaxy S-series flagship smartphone under the Galaxy S21 lineup on 14th January. While the company has not yet confirmed the launch date, it seems that this is almost certain given the company’s latest move.

The South Korean giant has now started accepting reservations for the upcoming Galaxy S21 series smartphones in the United States which guarantees a pre-order slot when the device becomes available.

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It’s noteworthy that the company has not yet confirmed the launch date or has revealed information about models getting launched and the pricing or availability details. There is no need to pay anything for reserving the device.

The company is noting down basic information such as name, email address, and zip code. There’s also a trade-in offer where Samsung is offering $700 instant credit for trading in the iPhone 12 series

device or the Galaxy S20/Note20 smartphone. Apart from this, there are a few other trade-in options available.

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Additionally, the company is offering $50 credit to anyone that reserves the smartphone for pre-booking which can be used for accessories like earbuds or smartwatches. If the user reserves the slot through the Shop Samsung app, the company is adding another $10.

For the first time, the upcoming Galaxy S-series flagship smartphones will come with S-Pen stylus support, which was so far limited to the Galaxy Note-lineup. Also, after excluding earphones from the Galaxy Note20 box, the company is now set to remove the charger from the box

of Galaxy S21 phones.

We expect Samsung to officially confirm the launch date in the coming days. Ahead of the launch, most of the details about the upcoming smartphones have leaked online but it remains to be seen if the company has anything else planned for the event.

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