Samsung is expected to launch a tracking tag for items such as keys and wallets at their Unpacked event on the 14th of January. All smartphones in the lineup are said to feature the unannounced Exynos 2100 SoC or Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC depending on the region.
A Samsung Is constantly preparing to introduce its new line of equipment Galaxy S. The South Korean tech giant will launch a new Galaxy M-series smartphone in India. The device might feature an 8MP selfie shooter, as per the rumours.
91mobiles reports that the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag live images have surfaced on the NCC website. The Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 + will provide an internal storage capacity of 256GB, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra should have 512GB of memory. The only difference that Quandt pointed out has to do with the S21's 64MP telephoto camera: The sensor chosen by Samsung appears to be slightly smaller than previous year, but the pixels that capture light are said to be the same size. At the front, it is rumoured to house a 10-megapixel camera inside the hole-punch cutout. The name of the upcoming Galaxy M-series smartphone remains unknown. It is rumoured that the device would sport a fairly large 6.55-inch display with a waterdrop notch. The report additionally revealed that the Galaxy M02S shall be out there on the market on Amazon India.
Samsung devices come with a 25W charger in the box and some devices also support a 45W charging speed, thereby making the customers buy a charger separately if they want to enhance the charging speed to 45W.
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