Samsung’s new smartphone is said to come into the Indian markets in early January of 2021. The reported schedule is ahead of Samsung’s conventional February or March launch for the Galaxy S smartphones. The company is too reportedly planning to kick off production in December.
The launch will be held in early January 2021. One of the rumored reasons behind this is to capitalize on Huawei’s absence. The rollout may also give the company some time to make preparations for a separate launch of its latest foldable smartphone later.
According to a separate report, Samsung would begin the production of its Galaxy S21 series in December and kick off its sale “a month sooner than its predecessors.”
The S20 series went on sale on March 6. It suggested that the models can debut in 2021’s February. There are also some rumors that the Galaxy S21 can go on sale either in late January or in early February.
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Alongside the Samsung Galaxy S21, you can expect the Galaxy Buds 2 launch at the Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event early in 2021. There are reports that say that the latest wireless earbuds, codenamed Attic, will come with upgraded water resistance that would be better than the original Galaxy Buds as well as the Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Buds Live.
The series of the smartphone is said to have 3 separate models that are being called as O1, P3, and T2. These could be the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. The S21 Ultra may have support for S Pen.
Further, the new models in the Galaxy S21 family will arrive in 5 distinct color options. Whereas, Galaxy Buds 2 is said to come in 3 distinct color options.
At least one of the models in the S21 series is rumored to feature an under-display selfie camera along with optical image stabilization support. The latest top-end smartphone in Samsung’s Galaxy line-up is also possible to have up to 25-Watts fast charging support.