Samsung Galaxy S21 5G appears in first 'official' image

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Samsung Electronics Co. on Wednesday denied rumors that it will discontinue the Galaxy Note series next year, saying the flagship phablet line will live on despite the rise of other premium devices. Samsung's mobile chief, Roh Tae-moon, appeared to hint at the demise of the Note lineup in a blog post published yesterday, but this anonymous Samsung official claims that this isn't the case.

In the case of the Galaxy 20 series, Samsung equipped phones bound for Europe with its in-house Exynos 990 chips, while adopting Snapdragon 865 for other markets, including the United States and Korea. As expected, they will be launching alongside the Galaxy S21 series next month, and there is a high chance that Samsung might bundle these with the S21 Ultra, like they have done with the past generations, as well. A Samsung employee added the following. The Galaxy S21+ will be available in fewer colours, but it will have a glass back, instead of the plastic one that Samsung has reputedly chosen for the Galaxy S21.

A report from ETNews suggests that four new folding models will be launched in the second-half of 2021 and we'd expect that to be in August or September, traditionally the time when the Note series was refreshed. The outfit also come up with the vertically folding Galaxy Z Flip early this year.

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"Many media outlets report that President Roh confirmed stylus support of the Galaxy S21". It is presented in different colors on the renders, but initially, the S Pen for the Galaxy S21 Ultra will only be offered in black. However, most markets will receive Exynos 2100 variants.

We will remind, the official premiere of Samsung Galaxy S21 will take place on January 14th.

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