Samsung Galaxy S21: Samsung affirms January 14th for the Galaxy S21 launch date

Samsung has startlingly affirmed what we’ve all known for some time – the Samsung Galaxy S21 range will be launched on Thursday, January 14th, 2021, the last day of the current year’s (virtual) CES. The eagerly awaited gadget will come in three variations – the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.

The affirmation comes from Samsung’s greatest mobile experience store in India, courtesy of a request from Android Authority and a different reaffirmation from Sammobile. The Opera House store in Bengaluru has said that it will begin sales of the gadgets from January 29th, as stock won’t arrive at India until the week after the launch. It additionally says it has started taking preorders with a ₹2000 ($27) deposit, as a return for which it will keep clients updated on accessibility through WhatsApp. Those leaving a deposit won’t have to decide which variation they need until the official declaration. All things considered, in fact, these gadgets “don’t exist” yet.

The store likewise affirmed that Indian gadgets will be controlled by the still-unannounced Exynos 2100 chipset, as opposed to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 accepted to be in the engine in some different markets. They likewise affirmed the shadings found in mystery videos – gray, pink, purple, and white for the Galaxy S21, pink, purple, silver, and black for the Galaxy S21 Plus, and silver or black for the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Recently, we got our first look at what’s believed to be the camera array for the range, recommending the main sensor at 12MP, alongside a 12MP ultra-wide lens and a 64MP telephoto lens. The Ultra has a quad-array with 108MP main shooter, 12MP Ultra Wide lens and not one, but rather two telephoto lens, one of which offers up to 10x optical zoom, the other 3x zoom. One thing that hasn’t been affirmed or denied is the gossip that Samsung won’t package a charger with the current year’s flagships, in any event in certain nations. That is an amazement yet to come.