Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Tab S7 Lite, Chromebook launch roadmap revealed

    Samsung has quite a bunch of products planned for this year, and here's when these could launch.
    By HT TECH
    | Updated on Mar 18 2021, 12:20 PM IST
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    Samsung launches 2021
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    Samsung launches 2021

    Samsung hosted its second Galaxy Unpacked event last night where it launched the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A72. Samsung has more products in the pipeline, and a new leak has revealed the possible launch timeline for them.

    Samsung could host another Unpacked event next month where it will launch computing devices, according to Evan Blass. At this event, Samsung is expected to launch its new Galaxy Chromebook lineup and Windows-powered Galaxy Book laptops. This Unpacked event will most likely take place on April 14.

    There’s no launch planned for May but June is when we’ll probably see new tablets, more specifically the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, an affordable version of the flagship Galaxy Tab S7. This corroborates a previous leak that revealed Galaxy Tab S7 Lite and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite to launch in June.

    In July, we could see another Galaxy A series phone but in the affordable segment. It could be the Galaxy A22, successor to the Galaxy A21 series. Samsung is also rumoured to launch the Galaxy A82 5G during this time. August will be a different month for Samsung this year with the company planning to launch the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone. This month is usually when Samsung launches the Galaxy Note series but the company is skipping it this year due to shortage of chips. The company plans to release the next-generation Galaxy Note in 2022.

    It looks like Samsung has a busy year ahead with many launches planned, and in different device categories.

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    First Published Date: 18 Mar, 12:20 PM IST
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