Samsung is about to reveal its next-gen Galaxy S21 series of smartphones, with new rumors that the company will be making their phones a bit cheaper than their predecessors.
The latest news is coming from a Belgian carrier that says that it expects the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ smartphones will be cheaper than their predecessors in the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+. Meanwhile, the flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra will reportedly cost a tad more than the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
As for the pricing, this is what we're looking at:
Galaxy S21 series:
- Galaxy S21: 849 Euros
- Galaxy S21+: 1,049 Euros
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: 1,399 Euros
Galaxy S20 series:
- Galaxy S20: 999 Euros
- Galaxy S20+: 1,099 Euros
- Galaxy S20 Ultra: 1,349 Euros
Why are the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ cheaper than their predecessors, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra is more expensive? Samsung is reportedly using flat screens and plastic backs on the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ while the flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra has the same digitizer technology the higher-end Galaxy Note series uses because the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support the S-Pen.
We will know everything on January 14, 2021 at the official reveal event.
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