Source: Hayato Huseman / Android Central
Galaxy S21 launch day is almost upon us. We have one more day of pre-orders to go, and as of tomorrow, the new flagship series will officially have landed.
The S21 lineup brings a lot of good to the table, but compared to last year's S20 family, there are also some notable compromises that potential shoppers need to consider. With that in mind, we're interested in knowing why people decided to go out and buy any of the S21 models as their next smartphone of choice.
A few of our AC forum members recently started talking about this, saying:
Battery is failing on my Note 9. Having to charge three times a day now. This is how they get you. Phone works perfect besides battery no longer holding charge.
I've never owned an iphone and now the S21 ultra is calling my name. I guess i'll jump on that trade in deal they are offering. But i'd be just fine if i could keep this Note 9 and swap out the battery. I want my headphone jack. I…
Personal preference. I've had my Note 9 since new, always charged to 100%, even keep it plugged in all night long.
I've noticed no difference in battery life unless I'm using a couple of apps that for some reason just kill my battery.
Only reason I'm getting a S21 Ultra is because both my front and back glass are cracked.
my note 9 is finally starting to slow down doing certain things and playing certain games. also can't switch between apps or open camera as fast as it once did. i feel like it's now time to upgrade to something newer so I got the ultra.
Now, we want to hear from you — Why did you buy the Galaxy S21?
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