Samsung is reportedly going to announce its Galaxy S21 lineup on January 14, claims popular tipster Jon Prosser. He correctly predicted the arrival of the iPhone 12 lineup recently and has a decent track record in the past.
This would be the earliest in the calendar year the S flagship line has ever debuted. The tweet also says pre-orders will begin the very same day, with a market launch scheduled for two weeks later - January 29.
A little late on the colors Jon. Here they are by model... pic.twitter.com/O81EBbPriw— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) November 4, 2020
According to the leakster, the lineup will include three phones, just like the previous series - Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. There will be six available colors, split between the trio.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 is expected to launch in Gray, Pink, Violet, and White, while the Galaxy S21+ will be available in either Black or Silver colors. The Ultra phone is Black, Silver and Violet options.
The source claims these phones will be manufactured in four countries - Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea, and Vietnam.
I wish i can afford one of the beautiful phones
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it will have SD875 for US market and exynos 2100 for the rest. exynos 2100 will use arm cortex-x1 cores and mali g78-24 (probably) gpu. that means that it will be more or less on par with 875 as the throttling and excess overheating was due the...