Samsung’s next Android flagship could be nearer than you might suspect. Android Authority has gotten with a Samsung store in India that the Galaxy S21 series will dispatch around the world on January fourteenth. It will at that point hit store shelves on January 29th, as per representatives that work at the retail space in Bengaluru.
These dates coordinate the ones that Android Police revealed recently. In the event that exact, these timings would recommend an essential move by Samsung. The organization ordinarily reports its Galaxy S telephones at an Unpacked occasion in February, previously or during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. That expo has moved to June, nonetheless, so it’s conceivable that Samsung is focusing on CES (January 11-fourteenth) all things considered.
As per Android Authority, the Samsung store in Bengaluru has just dispatched a pre-requesting framework for the Galaxy S21 series, which incorporates a S21 Plus and S21 Ultra model. Clients can get a spot in accordance with a Rs 2,000 ($27) store, and afterward choose post-uncover which model they might want. The genuine gadget costs are yet to be uncovered.
The standard S21 will be accessible in grey, pink, purple and white, as indicated by Android Authority, while the S21 Ultra will send in pink, purple, silver and black. The significantly better quality S21 Ultra, in the interim, will supposedly come in black and silver.
Each of the three handsets will purportedly utilize a Samsung-made Exynos 2100 processor, as opposed to a Snapdragon chipset. That repudiates prior releases that recommended Samsung would utilize the unannounced however expected Snapdragon 875 in probably a few business sectors.
Android Authority utilized the store agents to affirm that the S21 Ultra will have a 108-megapixel essential camera and two secondary 10-megapixel sensors. One of the last will have a 10x optical zoom, the outlet reports, which lines up with a past leak from Android Police.
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