Well, it seems like Samsung's Galaxy S21 series is the hottest topic right now. Everyone seems going gaga over the Galaxy S21 devices. Leaks are pouring in from all directions.
The latest report from Winfuture.de highlights that network operators have confirmed the price of the entire Galaxy S21 series.
Samsung is all set to release the Galaxy S21 lineup, including Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra at the upcoming Unpacked event scheduled on January 14, 2021.
Though there is no information about the pricing of the devices in the Galaxy S21 lineup officially, network operators have spilled the beans on pricing.
The Unpacked event on January 14 will be held virtually. And the official pricing will be revealed only on the launch date. But a Belgian mobile carrier, Voo, has revealed the prices of the upcoming Galaxy S21 series.
As per the source, the base variant with 128GB of internal storage will cost 849 Euros for the Galaxy S21. While the base variant of the Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra will cost 1049 and 1399 Euros, respectively.
Galaxy S21 series is priced lower than compared to its predecessors
Earlier, it was reported that the Galaxy S21 series will be priced lower than compared to its predecessors. And the tipped prices confirm this piece of information.
FYI, the base models of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra were priced at 999, 1099, and 1349 Euros, respectively.
However, the carrier is pricing the Galaxy S21 Ultra higher than the Galaxy S20 Ultra. To point out, the Belgian carrier Voo has put a price tag of 1399 Euros for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra launched at 1349 Euros.
But we believe that there are some tax additions included here to the price highlighted by the network carrier. Overall, it would be safe to assume that the Galaxy S21 lineup would be priced lower than its previous gen. At least in some markets.
The network operator has also revealed some pictures of the entire Galaxy S21 lineup, which reveals almost all the specifications of the devices.
Although, Voo has not given any further details about the availability of the new flagship smartphones. But we expect that these devices will come to the European market soon after their official unveiling.
Samsung will adopt a new design with the upcoming Galaxy S21 lineup. While the Galaxy S21 and S21+ will sport a flat display, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be the only device to rock the curved display.
Besides, it was earlier reported that Galaxy S21 Ultra will support WQHD+ resolution at 120Hz higher refresh rate. So, this is going to be a treat for the fans eagerly waiting for the devices.