Samsung hasn’t released the Galaxy Note20 series, but leaks and rumors surrounding the Galaxy S21 – its flagship product line 2021 – have sprung up on the Internet. According to Neowin, Samsung plans to release three different versions of the Galaxy S21 next year. This is not surprising, because Samsung adopted the same strategy as the Galaxy S20 this year after it was first applied to the Galaxy S10 last year.
The report shows that Samsung is developing three Galaxy S21 models with stock numbers of 5G SM-G991, GM-G996, and SM-G998. Based on what happened to the Galaxy S20 series, this means that we can see products with the names Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. Samsung is currently developing capacity of 128 GB and 256 GB, but it is likely that this model will have a larger capacity.
It is unclear how the planned improvements and changes Samsung offers for the Galaxy S21 series next year, but they are expected to overcome the current challenges of the Galaxy S20 series, including cameras and performance.
Before the Galaxy S21 appears, Samsung is expected to announce the next generation Galaxy Note series at the virtual Unpacked event taking place on 5.8.