It seems like Samsung may soon offer new colors for the Galaxy S21 series. The Galaxy S21 Ultra launched in the Navy Blue variant recently, though that variant is exclusive to Best Buy in the US.
Samsung is expected to offer the Galaxy S21 series in new colors soon
According to a new report, though, other countries may get new Galaxy S21 series color options soon. This information comes from Naver, a South Korea-based publication.
These new color options will allegedly arrive after the company’s Unpacked event. That event is rumored to occur on August 11, and chances are it will, considering how many reports point in that direction.
We don’t know what will those colors be, but it is suggested that all three Galaxy S21 handsets may get new color options. In fact, the memory and storage options may differ from the current variants, it is stated.
This could mean that the Galaxy S21 and S21+ will get a RAM boost, or perhaps we’ll only see a storage bump across the board. We’ll have to wait and see, but the good news is, such changes allegedly won’t be exclusive to Korea.
These three phones have been on the market for approximately six months
It has been approximately six months since the Galaxy S21 series got announced. Samsung does tend to offer new variants of its flagships halfway through the release cycle, just to freshen things up. So, this report does come at the right time.
The Galaxy S22 series will arrive in January 2022, at the earliest, so the Galaxy S21 smartphones are still the creme of the crop for Samsung. A Galaxy Note-branded phone is not coming this year either, which makes the Galaxy S21 series that much more appealing.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 will launch on August 11, but those are foldable devices. The Galaxy S21 FE is rumored to arrive in October, and that’s not exactly around the corner. Besides, even when those devices launch, the Galaxy S21 series will still be appealing to consumers, and Samsung knows that.