Samsung is expected to launch the all-new Samsung Galaxy S21 next year and the leaks about the phone have already started pouring in. The phone is expected to launch in January 2021 and it seems that the company has started part production already. The launch of the S21 series will definitely be much earlier than expected and the starting of part production seems to be the right step in the direction. However, it is still not clear whether the phone has yet entered mass production.
The details were given by tipster Roland Quandt, however, it is not clear if this is the final version of the phone that has gone into production or is the sampling for PVT/DVT devices. There could be a chance that the phone that has gone into production are just prototypes and will go through many more changes in the final production. It has also been reported that Samsung got lower sales for the Galaxy S20 series than expected, due to which they will be launching the S21 series much earlier to make up for in the sales.
There are also rumors that the company will be merging Galaxy S and Note series flagships to streamline the handset lineup and shift its focus on the Galaxy Z series of foldable. The new Galaxy S21 series will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC and Exynos 2100 processors, depending on the location and the market they have been launched in. We can also accept the phone too which comes with a higher refresh rate and resolution.