Which is great news if you're waiting for the S21 series before upgrading your mobile.
Clearly, Samsung is going all out with its new lineup, headlined by the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which features a 108MP primary sensor supported by four other lenses. This is - in part at least - overcome by the case which stores the S-Pen.
After weeks of rumours, Samsung has finally announced its next Galaxy Unpacked Event scheduled for January 14, and it couldn't have come at a better time because recently a number of new leaks have spilled the beans on what we're expecting to see at Samsung's next big product showcase.
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The leaked S View Flip Cover with S Pen for the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra seems to suggest that the S21 Ultra will not have a housing on the fuselage for the stylus. It was the last in-person event Samsung held for the year.
The high-end S1 Ultra is reportedly to support the S-Pen stylus that has been used for the Galaxy Note phablets.
As you can see, the S Pen itself will include a physical button on it. Instead, Samsung will make a series of cases that have compartments for the optional S Pen. Leaks have pointed to a $40-50 price for the pen. The company announced the Galaxy S20 lineup and the Galaxy Z Flip on February 11 previous year.
Three people familiar with the matter told Reuters in November that Samsung may launch its Galaxy S smartphones earlier than expected to try to grab market share from Huawei and fend off competition from tech giant Apple. The S21 Ultra could end up being even more expensive.