It seems that Samsung will start pre-orders of the new Galaxy S21 on January 14, giving the Galaxy Buds Pro and the new SmartTags for free.
Thanks to the 91mobiles portal, we learn of an interesting detail related to the new Samsung Galaxy S21: it seems that the company will start the pre-orders of the devices during the launch event and that there will be two succulent gifts for those who book one of the terminals of the 2021 line-up.
Galaxy Buds Pro and Smart Tag bundled with Galaxy S21 Ultra from January 14
The Samsung Galaxy S21 series launch is scheduled for January 14th. We know that during the Galaxy Unpacked event, the company is also expected to introduce the new SmartTags and Galaxy Buds Pro. Now, 91mobiles has learned details about Galaxy S21 series pre-orders exclusively from well-known whistleblower Ishan Agarwal.
The South Korean giant will soon begin taking reservations for the Galaxy S21 series in India (presumably in other international markets as well): interested customers will be able to pre-book the new flagships. On top of that, the tipster tells us that customers who pre-order the Galaxy S21 Ultra will get SmartTags and Buds Pro for free. Those who choose the Galaxy S21 and/or Galaxy S21 Plus will receive SmartTags and Buds Live for free.
Attention: these offers will be valid for pre-orders between 14 and 28 January in Europe (also with us, therefore) and in selected international markets.
According to leaked renders, the design of the new Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra will be similar to that of their predecessors: there will be a punch-hole display positioned in the center and a rectangular camera module on the back nestled in the side frame. The terminals are said to feature an AMOLED Dynamic Infinity-O screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz. While the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus will have flat screens, the S21 Ultra will have curved edges.
The company will showcase the Snapdragon 888- powered Galaxy S21 in markets such as the US and the variant with Exynos 2100 in India and Europe. The RAM will reach up to 12 GB of RAM and onboard storage up to 512 GB, without however enjoying microSD support. The new phones should already have the One UI 3.0 skin based on Android 11 “out-of-the-box”.
While the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus are expected to feature three cameras on the back (12 + 12 + 64 Mpx), the Galaxy S21 Ultra, on the other hand, should offer a system consisting of four sensors and a 108 MP main camera.