The Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be released in the first quarter of 2021. We are confident that it will be announced in the first quarter as it is the usual schedule. However, we hear about the possibility of it coming out earlier than usual. It can be entered one month earlier in January. Now we are learning that the premium flagship phone series will be officially launched in February. Industry watchers may prefer an early launch, but Samsung may not be ready by then.
Galaxy S21 series may launch in February according to our source. There is no information on the exact schedule for the announcement, but knowing that it will be February is enough for now. We can probably expect a big announcement before the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2021). But then an earlier release can help Samsung capture Huawei’s market.
We already share some information about the Galaxy S21. The camera specifications were leaked as early as May, including a 150MP lens. Samsung is said to be considering a cheaper Chinese OLED screen for Galaxy S21. It can use a seamless display technology and a 108MP ISOCELL sensor.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra may come with S Pen support even earlier than the Galaxy Note 21 but without Bluetooth support. The batteries can be upgraded in capacity with the Ultra variant getting a 5000mAh battery. The camera below the screen may not be ready yet.
As for the processor, the Galaxy S21 series can be launched with Exynos 2100 SoC in South Korea and the global version can run on Snapdragon 875. Screen details were also leaked. We can also expect a flatter screen and rear.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra camera system will be updated. The smartphone may not have headphones, but it may come with headphones. We can also expect that HM3 sensor and 2K display with 120Hz on the Ultra model.