Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy S21 series of smartphones in January 2021. Android Headlines discovered this for the first time, saying that the price of the Galaxy S21 may be lower than its predecessor. In addition, a new report from Reuters stated that Samsung does not plan to launch the Galaxy Note 21 next year.
A new rumor in South Korea shows that the price of the Galaxy S21 may be between US$849 and US$899, the price of the Galaxy S21+ may be between US$1,049 and US$1,1099, and the price of the Galaxy S21 Ultra may be between US$1,249 and US$1,299. between. It seems that the price reduction of the Galaxy S21 series is huge, because the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra were priced at US$999, US$1,199 and US$1399 at the time of release.
Samsung continues to increase the price of its flagship phones every year. It is possible that the Galaxy S21 series with higher specifications than its predecessor may be more expensive. Therefore, it is recommended to use a grain of salt to make up for the price loophole.
Reuters reported that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for high-end smartphones has fallen sharply.
This may be one of the reasons why Samsung will not release the Galaxy Note 2021 next year. According to people familiar with the matter, Samsung has no plans to develop Galaxy Note phones next year.
Instead, the highest model of the S21 series (Galaxy S21 Ultra) will be equipped with S Pen support. The S Pen is available as an optional accessory for S21 Ultra buyers. The Galaxy Z Fold 3, which is expected to debut next year, will support S Pen.