Samsung Galaxy S21: Release Date and Other Details

Samsung once again showed in 2020 to everyone why it deserves to be the world leader in the manufacturing smartphones field. The Galaxy S20 lineup impressed a lot of people with the 8K video recording capabilities, the powerful camera setups, the IP68 dust and water resistance, the octa-core Exynos 990 chipset, and much more.

But Samsung doesn’t plan to stop here, as they prepare the arrival of the Galaxy S21 phone. Surely it cannot be below what the S20 model has to offer regarding the specs.

Release Date

It’s safe to assume that Samsung will launch its S21 flagship phone during the first quarter of 2021. We believe so because the South Korean giant is faithful to its release pattern when it comes to flagships.

Furthermore, the overall situation in South Korea regarding the COVID-19 pandemic is improving day by day, as the country has almost no new daily cases of infected people with the disease during the last 7 to 14 days, according to So there’s no use worrying about the release of Samsung Galaxy S21 being delayed or canceled.

Specs and design of Samsung Galaxy S21

We can expect, as usual, to see a high pixel density and high refresh rate on the display of the Galaxy S21 model. The refresh rate should be capped to 120 Hz, although this takes plenty of battery power.

The camera for the upcoming flagship will be a jaw-dropping 150MP Nonacell. The Nonacell technology was revealed several months ago along with the Galaxy S20 Ultra. We can, therefore, hope that the Galaxy S21 rear camera setup will be using the ISOCELL Bright HM1 sensor.

The front camera of the S21 smartphone won’t be overlooked by Samsung, either. The Korean giant is believed to be working on front cameras mounted under the display. This obviously means that the upcoming phone won’t be featuring the annoying notch anymore.

Samsung Galaxy S20 is great, but the Galaxy S21 model is expected to be a legend.

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