Just a few days into the new year, Samsung has announced that itâ€™s going to unveil its next flagship â€” possibly called the Galaxy S21 â€” on January 14. This would be the earliest release for the S-series flagship considering itâ€™s usually slotted for February or March.
The event date is not entirely surprising as tipster Jon Prosser had hinted at this last November.
â€” Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 3, 2021
Samsung will supposedly launch a trio of phones: the Galaxy S21, the Galaxy S21+, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The Ultra is rumored to lead the pack with a 108-megapixel main sensor and support for Samsungâ€™s S-Pen stylus, like the companyâ€™s Galaxy Note series.
However, if Samsung follows Appleâ€™s steps, and removes the charging brick from the shipping boxesÂ of these phones, that might take the headlines instead of the devicesâ€™ features.
Apart from phones, Samsung might release a couple of other gadgets at the event too. The Korean tech giant could launch the Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earphones with active noise cancellation, along with its Tile-like item tracker tag.
Samsungâ€™s event will be live-streamed on its site and YouTube channel on January 14 at 10AM ET/ 7AM PT/ 4PM CET/ 8.30 PM IST.
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Published January 4, 2021 â€” 07:32 UTC
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