Samsung will release three variants of its Galaxy S21 series again next year. The model names of the three flagships have been leaked along with the initial details.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series
The Samsung Galaxy S and Note series have been Samsung’s line-up of absolute top devices for years. In addition, the foldable phones have also been added, including the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G and the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2. Thanks to Sammobile sources, more is now known about what we can expect from Samsung’s S21 series.
The South Korean tech giant is again coming out with three variants of its S21, like the company has been doing for the past two years. The model names are: ‘SM-G991’, ‘SM-G996’, and ‘SM-G998’, and if Samsung does not change its naming, we will get another S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra. It seems that every model will work with 5G by default, but models that only work with 4G may appear later.
In addition, we also know that all models that are now known, appear in a variant with 128 GB and one with 256 GB storage. So Samsung may want to say goodbye to the 512 GB variants, but it is still too early to really conclude that.
Samsung also said goodbye to the 1 terabyte storage variant with the S20 phones this year, because we last saw it with the S10 Plus. It is also known that as a result of the corona crisis, people want to spend less money on the phone, and sales of S20 devices suffered. What do you think Samsung should improve with the S21 series? Let us know in the comments at the bottom of this article.