03 August 2020
Samsung is currently busy preparing for the Galaxy Unpacked event where it will announce Galaxy Note 20 series among other products. As we all are waiting for the event, it is time for a new SamMobile report related to Samsung's plan for the next-gen Galaxy S series flagship smartphone.
The report mentions that Samsung will continue with the three-model approach in 2021 as well. It means we will get to see three Galaxy S21 series models similar to the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S10 lineups. The model numbers are said to be SM-G991, SM-G996, and SM-G998 which ideally should represent Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra respectively.
It goes without saying all the three models will be 5G compatible. Samsung has been one of the most active OEMs when it comes to pushing the 5G network. It has already received a number of devices across different price brackets as it aims to make 5G devices mainstream and widely available.
The report further speculates that Samsung may also decide to release Galaxy S21 series 4G LTE variants but there is no concrete information related to that. In terms of specs, the only available information is that the team is working on two storage models: 128GB and 256GB. Most recently, a previous report claimed a 150-megapixel Penta-lens camera setup for the series.