Samsung is expected to go official with the Galaxy S21 series in about a week’s time. The flagship series has continued to dominate headlines and even Samsung has been pretty generous with the device. A telecom carrier in Belgium – Voo has inadvertently unraveled the expected prices of the Galaxy S21 series.
The carrier accidentally posted the prices the three models will retail for in Europe and the specs sheet of the models. Although the pages have been taken down, a tipster was able to grab some screenshots (pictured) before the removal.
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Going by the listing, the vanilla Galaxy S21 with 128GB storage will sell for €849 off-contract. On the other hand, the Galaxy S21+ will retail for €1,049 while the Galaxy S21 Ultra will sell for €1,399 for the base 128GB storage variants. This is similar to the €1,000 price tag for the Ultra which was earlier tipped. Another interesting aspect, going by this leak, is that the other two models are still cheaper than their predecessors.
Taking a look at the specs sheets grabbed from Voo’s website before the landing pages were removed, we can gather that the EU version may likely launch with an Exynos 2100 chipset onboard. Considering the efforts put in by Samsung in the chip development, we expect the performance to be topnotch. Samsung will equally launch Snapdragon 888-powered versions for select markets.
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Other details include Android 11 across the board, AMOLED screens, a USB-C connector, 3.5mm audio jack, and more. The models also come with fast charging and wireless charging support.
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