Samsung may launch its next flagship phone on January 14th
Samsung may launch its next flagship phone on January 14th

Apple announced the iPhone 12 series last month. Before we introduce it to consumers, we've all heard rumors that Samsung will be launching the next flagship Galaxy S21 series.

According to a Jon Prosser (Jon Prosser) leak, the South Korean tech giant will launch its next line of flagship phones on January 14 next year.

Prosser recently has predicted iPhone 12 product line will arrive right and have a proven track record in the past.

Since the usual release time for this category is February or March, this date will be the earliest time the company will release the Galaxy S series.

Leak reading: First order starts on the same day and the device is expected to hit the market on January 29, after two weeks.

The Galaxy S20 line was announced on February 11, 2020 and released on March 6. This time, however, Samsung hopes to set the date for about a month, as the line is expected to appear five weeks earlier than last year.

The report shows that although Apple released four iPhones, Samsung will continue to produce three phones: (Galaxy S21), (Galaxy S21 Plus) and (Galaxy S21 Ultra).

We also learn about the color options on these upcoming devices thanks to a tweet from display analyst Ross Young.

It is expected that (Galaxy S21) will be available in gray, pink, purple and white, while the (Galaxy S21 Plus) phone will be available in black or silver, while the (Galaxy S21 Ultra) will be available in black, silver and purple.

These phones appear to be made in four countries: Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam.

In addition to the usual specification leaks, there are many interesting rumors about these devices.

South Korean media reported last month that Samsung plans to emulate Apple by removing chargers and headphones from main phone covers in an attempt to cut costs.

However, the latest report on the Korean website (TopDaily) indicates that the company may include the next wireless headset (Galaxy Buds Beyond) in the box of its flagship phone.

So far, Samsung has provided Galaxy Buds Plus and Galaxy Buds Live wireless headphones as free gifts to consumers who originally ordered cell phones.

The Korean company confirmed on March 29 that it had registered the brand name (Galaxy Buds Beyond) with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the US Patent and Trademark Office. (USPTO).

(Galaxy Buds Beyond) Compared to the previous version, it should improve water resistance, battery performance and sound quality.

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