Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series is coming on January 14
Samsung has finally confirmed the launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, something many reports have been speculating for a while now. The company has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is going to be launched on January 14, 2021 - the final day of the virtual CES. The Samsung Galaxy S21 series will come with three devices - the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The date of the launch has been confirmed by the Samsung experience store in Bengaluru. The Opera House store told Android Authority that they will start selling the Samsung Galaxy S21 series devices from January 29 as the stocks will not reach India until the week after the launch.
The store has also started taking pre-orders for the devices with a ₹2,000 deposit. For this amount the store will keep the customers updated about the availability of the devices via WhatsApp. Customers do not need to pick a device yet, they can wait till the official announcement is made and then decide.
The Samsung store has also confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series coming to India will be powered by the yet-to-be-announced Exynos 2100 chipset, instead of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 like in the other markets. So far, what is confirmed is that the colours of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series devices. The Samsung Galaxy S21 will come in gray, pink, purple, and white. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus will come in pink, purple, silver, and black. And the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will come in silver and black.
So far we know what the camera array on the Samsung Galaxy S21 might look like - there might be 12MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide lens and a 64MP telephoto lens.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is reportedly coming with four cameras on the back - a 108MP main shooter, 12MP Ultra Wide lens and two telephoto lens, one of which offers up to 10x optical zoom, the other 3x zoom.
One thing that hasn’t been confirmed or denied is the rumor that Samsung might not be bundling a charger with this year’s flagships, at least in some countries.