Samsung is all set to launch its latest flagship S series smartphones on January 14th and ahead of launch, the company has revealed its pre-registration dates in India for the Samsung Galaxy S21 series of flagship smartphones. As we can see from the image above, one side at the back shows the triple-rear cameras shaped exactly like the Samsung Galaxy S21. You can pre-order a Galaxy S21 till January 14. If you are a lover of this series, you will have to take refuge in the previous models, especially since they are entitled, like today the Galaxy Note 20 at the FNAC, to very nice discounts! Samsung has not but clarified which cellphone the supply might be obtainable for buy, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus or Galaxy S21 Ultra. It will be a Smart Clear case worth INR 3,849. Rumors were circulating as early as last November that the tech giant was already mass-producing the Galaxy S21. On the other hand, the Galaxy S21+ will pack a 4,800 mAh battery. Samsung has been focused on having a smartphone for every price point, so it's only a matter of time before its own 5G smartphones start pushing budget territory. It is reported to have a 6.5-inch Infinity-V display and run MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor with 4GB of RAM.
The base model will come with a 6.2-inch Full HD+ Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED screen.
There are no solid leaks or reports about the pricing or availability status of the phone as of now. The premium smartphone will feature an improved 108MP sensor, a 12MP ultrawide lens, a 3x optical telephoto, and a 10x optical "super" telephoto lens. The S Pen is expected to cost between $40 to $50.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 will come in Phantom Violet, Phantom Gray, Phantom White, and Phantom Pink.
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