Samsung is expected to officially launch the Galaxy S21 series in about a week. The flagship series has always dominated the headlines, and even Samsung is quite generous with the device. A Belgian telecom operator-Voo inadvertently leaked the expected price of the Galaxy S21 series.
The carrier unexpectedly released the retail prices and model specifications of these three models in Europe. Although the page has been deleted, the prompter can still take some screenshots before deleting (pictured)
Going by the listing, the vanilla Galaxy S21 with 128GB of storage space will be sold at a contract price of 849 euros. On the other hand, the retail price of the Galaxy S21+ is 1,049 Euros, while the basic 128GB storage version of the Galaxy S21 Ultra is priced at 1,399 Euros.
This is similar to the 1,000 euros priced for Ultra earlier. Another interesting aspect revealed by the leak is that the other two models are still cheaper than their predecessors
Looking at the spec sheet obtained from the Voo website before deleting the landing page, we can conclude that the EU version may be released with the onboard Exynos 2100 chipset.
Considering Samsung’s efforts in chip development, we expect the performance to be top-notch. Samsung will also launch a version with Snapdragon 888 for specific markets.
Other details include comprehensive Android 11, AMOLED screen, USB-C connector, 3.5mm audio jack and more. These models also come with fast charging and wireless charging support.