Samsung is sticking to its strategy of launching three variants of its most important flagship smartphones in one year. In any case, this suggests information that there will be three editions of the Samsung Galaxy “S21”.
As colleagues from SamMobile report, Samsung has recently started working on its top three top smartphones for 2021. First, according to the normally reliable sources of in mobile news, three variants are being developed, each initially in the form of 5G models.
Specifically, the report mentions the model numbers SM-G991, SM-G996, and SM-G998. Provided that Samsung maintains its usual scheme for assigning model numbers, these variants are 5G models, whereby it is open whether there should also be expenses that only bring LTE support.
Naming has not yet been confirmed
If the South Korean electronics company sticks to its name for the flagship series, the above models are the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21+, and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Why the LTE models are missing so far is still unclear. It would be conceivable that Samsung will only tackle the technically largely identical 4G variants only if the 5G models continue to advance. Ultimately, the difference usually only lies in software adjustments and the elimination of the additional antenna technology required for 5G operation.
Samsung is currently working on memory variants with 128 and 256 gigabytes of internal flash memory. It is questionable whether due to the problematic economic situation due to the spread of the new coronavirus, versions with 512 GB or even a terabyte of memory might not be dispensed with entirely. The main problem here is the enormous increase in prices due to the increased storage capacity. It was also reported previously that Samsung is going to use the first Exynos 1000 processor in Galaxy S21 Series.
As usual, the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S21 series should take place in spring 2021, although a lot can change in the product planning until then.