For obvious reasons, many of us look forward to the final week of 2020. Samsung is hoping that some people are looking ahead enough to reserve a spot in the line for their still-undeclared Galaxy S21 handset (official name, not a mind, but perhaps a safe guess).
If you are on the Samsung mobile mailing list, you may well get an email, which may force you “Get ready to jump to the next Galaxy.” The link brings you to a reservation page that offers some perks for getting on the company’s new flagship early, including credits on other Samsung products such as the Galaxy Earbuds.
The company recently mentioned that it will have more information in January – be it at CES or, more likely, a standalone event. The rupee trends slightly, which the company has found offering its latest Galaxy S devices closer to the Mobile World Congress (S20 – pictured above) – was announced on 11 February. Of course, MWC is delayed until the end of June next year, and apart from that nothing is really common.
As i Noted in a recent piece, 2020 was the highest in a series of rough years for the smartphone industry, so why not start those pre-orders a little early? And hey, not everyone got what they wanted for the holiday. Why not treat yourself to a new phone?
The good news is that we (unknowingly) know a lot about unannounced phones. Samsung has never been great at keeping things under wraps and we are already starting to leak some key details a few weeks before the official official unveiling. Surprisingly, in 2021 the company saw the camera specs more or less in line with the last model after promising some larger imaging strands. Perhaps these updates will come more as software rather than direct hardware.
Specs from Winfuture The point – naturally – Snapdragon 888 In the US with Exynos 2100 chip in other locations. The S21 has a 6.2-inch display and a 4000mAh battery, where the Plus has been upgraded to 6.7 inches and 4,800mAh as per the leaks.
Samsung hopes to make everything official on 14 January.