Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series consisting of Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ (Plus), and Galaxy S20 Ultra earlier this year. Now, just after five months from their launch, the model numbers of their successors (Galaxy S21 series) have leaked even before the debut of Galaxy Note 20 series.
There used to be only one Galaxy S device per generation. Slowly, it increased to two, followed by three. According to an exclusive report by SamMobile, the company will continue launching three handsets for the third year in the row.
The sources of the publication have revealed the South Korean tech giant has begun to work on three models for the Galaxy S21 series. Their model numbers are said to be SM-G991, SM-G996, and SM-G998.
If Samsung does not change its branding, then these smartphones will end up as Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ (Plus), and Galaxy S21 Ultra respectively.
These phones are expected to support 5G, however, there could be 4G variants as well like the Galaxy S20 series but their existence is yet to be confirmed. Further, the sources also confirm these three devices to come in 128GB and 256GB storage variants.
There may be a 512GB or even 1TB variant like the Galaxy S10+ (Plus ) 5G but there’s no sign of them as of now. It is worth noting that Samsung skipped 1TB this year but it is strange to cross out 512GB as smartphones are now capable of recording 8K videos and other heavy-duty tasks.
Unfortunately, that’s all know about the upcoming Galaxy S21 series, which will mostly launch in the first quarter of 2021. Anyway, we can surely expect more leaks about these handsets in the coming months.
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