The Galaxy S21 series is going to succeed the recent Galaxy S20 series launched earlier this year 2020. Upon its official announcement, we have managed to get its image and key specifications. It’s a nice thing to see that Samsung is going with a whole new different design which will make it easy for all to distinguish between the S21 and the S20 series.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 is scheduled to come out on January 14 the next year 2021. This is coming from a well-known Samsung leaker on Twitter. According to him, Samsung is going to hold a Galaxy unpacked event on January 14th, 2021, and in that event, the S21 series would be unveiled. But however, the recent news we received shows that the launch date has been shifted to February.
According to Android Headlines, they received a piece of information from an insider source that is trustworthy that the Galaxy S21 series would now be launching in February but they failed to reveal the exact date. They are only people making this claim as others are saying otherwise, so you are advised to dilute this with a pinch of salt.
But there are some good reasons that this might be true. First, Qualcomm is yet to launch the Snapdragon 875 chipset which will be powering the US version of the S21 series and Samsung is also yet to unveil the Exynos 2100 which will be powering the global variant of the S21 series.
We heard that Qualcomm is going to have a Snapdragon summit event scheduled for early December and the chipset should be announced there, however, there are concerns that the processor may not be available early enough for it to start appearing in phones in January. This is a possible reason that the S21 series might actually be unveiled in February and not January. Anyways, fingers crossed, we will try to update you on any future development.