Galaxy S21 Series 'Custom Colors' Appear, Including 'Phantom Titanium'

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Two different sources shared the Samsung Galaxy S21 series ‘custom colors’. Those colors have been revealed via several renders that Roland Quandt and 91Mobiles shared.

The Galaxy S21 series ‘custom colors’ surface ahead of launch

Now, what does ‘custom colors’ stand for? Well, that only means that these are colors that are outside of the standard palette. These are the colors that will probably be released later on, though Samsung may surprise us.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series comes in black, white, pink, and purple color variants. Well, these ‘custom colors’ will also become available. We’ll get shades of gray, brown, blue, and black.

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Roland Quant shared an image of the Galaxy S21 Ultra in five different colors, next to some Galaxy S21. In a separate image, he shared ‘custom colors’ for the Galaxy S21 series. Both of those images are included below this paragraph.

91Mobiles joined the party by sharing the Galaxy S21 Ultra unit in Phantom Titanium color. That phone is included in Roland Quandt’s image as well, but 91Mobiles shared several images, which give you a closer look at the device.

The Galaxy S21+ will also come in five colors, it seems, including red and light blue colors. The Galaxy S21 will be available in four colors. Samsung will give its users a lot of choices this time around, it seems.

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The devices will become official on January 14

The Galaxy S21 series will become official on January 14. Samsung had announced its new Unpacked event a while back. All three phones will get announced during it, alongside the Galaxy Buds Pro true wireless earbuds.

These devices have been leaking for a long time now, and there’s very little we don’t know about them at this point. You can check out our Galaxy S21 preview for more information. All three devices will utilize either the Exynos 2100 or Snapdragon 888 SoC, depending on where you live. On top of that, you can expect a bevy of other high-end hardware components to be included.