Over the past few weeks, there have been reports that Samsung is anticipating the launch of the new Galaxy S21 series gear. The first rumors realized that his announcement could take place during the year 2020, with its availability scheduled for the beginning of the year 2021.
However, the latest information indicates that this new series of smartphones is expected to be announced on January 14, 2021, and its launch scheduled for the 29 of the same month. This information comes from the hands of our famous Jon Prosser, who has proven to be very knowledgeable about Samsung’s activities on several occasions.
Using his Twitter account, he adds that a total of 3 new devices will be launched, the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra, and that they will be available in black, white, gray, silver, purple and pink. . .
The equipment of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be announced on January 14
If this announcement comes on that day, it means Samsung is anticipating the launch of its new Galaxy S series smartphone in almost a month. As an example, Galaxy S20 series smartphones were announced on February 11, 2020, Galaxy S10 series smartphones were announced on February 20, 2019.
The reasons that lead the company to anticipate the launch of this line of smartphones, are not yet completely clear, but they can be associated with the launch of equipment with flexible screens.
As always, and although Jon Prosser has already proven himself to be a good informant, it remains a rumor, as so far Samsung has not revealed anything about it.
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