Samsung has recently officially confirmed that its next Galaxy Unpacked event will be held on January 14. Here, the Korean company is expected to launch the Galaxy S 2021 series with major improvements and upgrades over the previous generation and a few other products.
Similar to last year’s Galaxy S20 series, generation Galaxy S 2021 is expected to appear with 3 different versions, including the standard variant, “Plus” and the most advanced “Ultra” model. The article summarizes the information we already know about the next Galaxy S flagships to see what surprises Samsung will bring to the fans!
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If previous reports can be believed, the design of the Galaxy S 2021 series will not change much compared to the S20 series with an eye-catching “hole punch” screen on the front and a camera system. The big day is in the top left corner. In particular, the Galaxy S 2021 and S 2021 Plus duo will use a flat design, while the screen of the most advanced S 2021 Ultra model will be beautifully curved.
The design of the back of the Galaxy S 2021 has been changed when the cameras are placed individually, surrounded by the frame overflowing 2 sides. Some rumors say that the camera frame on the Galaxy S21 and S21 + is made of aluminum, while the S21 Ultra is stainless steel.
Of which, the Galaxy S 2021 and its “Plus” variant will support Full-HD + resolution, while the S 2021 Ultra comes with a more advanced Quad-HD + panel and it can support 120Hz. at the highest resolution.
Like previous Galaxy S phones, the Galaxy S 2021 series will use two different chip versions. Specifically, these phones will use Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 chipset for some markets like the US, while others use the Exynos 2100 chip, which will be introduced by Samsung on January 12.
Both processors are based on a 5 nm process similar to Apple’s A14 Bionic, delivering high performance but consuming less power. On the Galaxy S20, the performance of the Exynos version is said to be inferior to the Snapdragon. However, if the previous reports are accurate, then Samsung’s Exynos 2100 chipset could have almost the same performance as the Snapdragon 888. Even, some sources say that the Exynos 2100 has better performance. Qualcomm SoC.
In terms of memory, the Galaxy S 2021 will most likely have 8GB of RAM, while the two higher-end models are equipped with 12GB RAM. All of these phones are expected to have a minimum of 128GB of internal storage, adding a 256GB option for the Galaxy S 2021+ and S 2021 Ultra. The Ultra model will have a 512GB version and support for a microSD card slot, a feature that Samsung is rumored to have removed on the other two models.
About the camera, rumors say the Galaxy S 2021 and S 2021+ will have the same rear camera cluster as the Galaxy S20, including a 12MP main sensor, 12MP super wide-angle lens and 64MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom and video recording 8K.
Meanwhile, the rear camera cluster of the Galaxy S 2021 Ultra will be drastically upgraded with a main sensor of 108 MP, a new generation 10MP telephoto camera, a 12MP ultra-wide angle sensor and a 10MP periscope lens with 10x optical zoom. , supports 100x Space Zoom. The laser autofocus system is expected to feature on this phone as well, similar to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the telephoto lenses are said to feature Dual Pixel autofocus to enhance the focus function.
Specifications related to the selfie camera have yet to be revealed, but this sensor will be in the “hole” punch, not integrated below the screen.
Other special features
Quite a few recent leaks confirm the Galaxy S 2021 Ultra will support the S Pen stylus, but no pen slot. Samsung is said to sell the stylus who buys the phone as a separate accessory, with a back cover with a pen slot.
Also, the Galaxy S 2021 is said to have a 4,000 mAh battery, while the S 2021+ battery is increased to 4,800 mAh and 5,000 mAh for the S 2021 Ultra. These phones may not come with a charger in the box, and you must purchase them separately or take advantage of an existing charger.
Release date and price
As mentioned above, Samsung will hold its next Galaxy Unpacked event on January 14 and almost certainly, the Galaxy S 2021 series will “shine” there.
In terms of pricing, the Galaxy S 2021 is expected to be priced at $ 949 in the US, while the S 2021+ is priced at $ 1,149 and the Galaxy S 2021 Ultra is $ 1,399.