At the beginning of next year, and specifically in February, we will witness the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, but before that, Samsung launched last February the Galaxy S20 series, which consists of three phones, namely: Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra Earlier this year.
Now, just five months after its launch, their successor model numbers (Galaxy S21 series) leaked even before the appearance of Galaxy Note 20 for the first time.
There was only one Galaxy S per generation. Slowly, it rose to two, followed by three. According to an exclusive report from SamMobile, the company will continue to launch three phones for the third year in a row.
The publication sources revealed that the South Korean tech giant has started work on three series models of Galaxy S21. Their model numbers are said to be SM-G991, SM-G996 and SM-G998, respectively.
If Samsung does not change its plans for its flagship phone series, unlike the standard phone in the basic there will be two other devices which are Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus
The last phone will be an extension of the previous series which is the ultra-super version that Samsung users liked, so officially the third and last phone in the upcoming S series is Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
These phones are expected to support 5G, however, there could be 4G versions like the Galaxy S20 series but its existence has not been confirmed yet. Moreover, the sources also confirm that these three devices come in 128GB and 256GB storage capacities.
There might be a 512GB or even 1 TB variant like the Galaxy S10 Plus 5G but there is no sign that it will be released yet. It is noteworthy that Samsung has not released copies of 1 TB this year, but it is strange that it did not issue 512 GB copies which was necessary because smartphones are now able to record 8K videos and other heavy tasks which consumes a lot of storage space.