Samsung Galaxy S21 Will Launch Sooner Than Expected

Although the Galaxy S20 model of Samsung proved to be a great deal for many who bought it, the South Korean tech giant is rushing the production of a sequel. A new report from the company’s home country is supporting the claim that the future flagship of Samsung that will most probably be named Galaxy S21, will come sooner than expected.  

If the claim is true, we might all be witnessing an official announcement from Samsung of the future phone even until the end of the current year.

What to expect from Galaxy S21

Samsung did a great job with the Galaxy S20 model that was released this year in March. The phone is capable of video recording in the 8K format, it packs a rear camera setup of 64MP, Android 10 out of the box, 8GB of RAM, and more. Galaxy S20 is also powered by an Exynos 990 processor. 

Therefore, the most reasonable bet is that the Galaxy S21 model of Samsung will be significantly better than its predecessor. We’re expecting S21 to be packing Android 11 and a more powerful processor, just to say the least.

Having a Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) can also be a good choice, and the reasons for buying such a phone could be endless: the presence of the 30x Space Zoom, 120Hz refresh rate, a pro-grade triple-lens camera, and many more. If you can’t afford to be buying the Galaxy S20 phone model, purchasing the Fan Edition can be made at even about $600.

Since the price for the Galaxy S20 model revolves around the amount of $654.99, we can expect the S21 smartphone to arrive at a price anywhere higher than that. We’re very eager to see what surprises could the Galaxy S21 model possibly bring to us.

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With a strong passion for astronomy since he was little and hundreds of articles written about this field, Cristian is a reliable writer who keeps the website up-to-date with news about the wonders of the Universe.

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