Samsung is expected to launch its upcoming flagship smartphone of the Galaxy S21 series on January 14. Although the company has not set a release date yet, given the company’s latest move, this seems certain.
The South Korean giant has now begun accepting reservations for the upcoming Galaxy S21 series of smartphones in the United States, which guarantees the pre-sale time of the device after it goes on the market.
It is worth noting that the company has not confirmed the release date, nor has it disclosed information about the released model and details of the price or availability. There is no charge to keep the equipment.
The company wrote down basic information, such as name, email address, and zip code. In addition, there is a discount offer that Samsung will provide an instant credit line of US$700 for transactions on iPhone 12 series devices or Galaxy S20/Note20 smartphones. In addition, there are other trade-in options.
In addition, the company will also provide a $50 credit line to anyone who has reserved the smartphone to make a reservation, and the product can be used for accessories such as earplugs or smart watches.
If users reserves the slot through the Shop Samsung application, the company will add another $10.
The upcoming Galaxy S series flagship smartphones will receive S-Pen stylus support for the first time, that has so far been limited to the Galaxy Note series.
In addition, after excluding the headset from the Galaxy Note20 box, the company is now going to exclude chargers from the Galaxy S21 phone box.
We expect Samsung to officially confirm the release date in the next few days. Before the launch event, most details about the upcoming smartphone have been leaked online, but it remains to be seen whether the company has other plans at the event.