Samsung may launch Galaxy S21 series earlier than expected
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For years, Samsung announced its flagship Galaxy S series devices in January or February, before making it available in March. But things might be different next year. Sources have claimed that the company may look to launch the Galaxy S21 series much earlier.
According to mk.co.kr, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series could be announced in late January 2021 and then launched in early February 2021. It's suggested that a reason for the earlier launch is due to pressure from the recently launched iPhone 12 series, as well as to take advantage of Huawei's weaken market presence due to US sanctions.
The Galaxy S21 series has been appearing in rumours earlier than its predecessors did, so an earlier launch isn't much of a surprise. We already know that it's going to feature the Snapdragon 875 chipset for international models or the unrevealed Exynos 2100 chipset for Malaysia. On top of that, some other tech specs for the new flagship series may have been leaked too.
With that said, would you be interested in a Galaxy S21 series smartphone when it launches? Let us know in the comments and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates on it.