We don’t know if the next flagship smartphones from Samsung’s Galaxy S series will be called Samsung Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30but we do know that once again they will arrive in at least three flavors different to suit all tastes.
At least this is what the portal exclusively states SamMobile, who claims to have had internal information from the company that reveals that there will be three different variants of the Galaxy S30 series, thus following the philosophy set by the Galaxy S10 in 2018, which was later repeated with the Galaxy S20.
There will be three models of the Galaxy S30 series – or S21 –
Completely unknown what will be the focus chosen by Samsung to shape its new series of phones: if they will follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy S10, launching a third smaller model with trimmed features such as the S10e, or if instead they will opt for repeat this year’s move by launching a version Ultra, in the same way that it will happen with the Galaxy Note20 series that will be presented on August 5.
In any case, it is possible to conform that all three models will land with variants compatible with 5G networks, and that their model numbers are SM-G991, SM-G996, and SM-G998. Today, most likely, these three terminals will come under the names of Galaxy S30, S30 + and S30 Ultra, or S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra, depending on the way Samsung decides to baptize its new series.
Beyond that, it is indicated that the models that Samsung is currently developing have 128 or 256 GB internal memory configurationsSo the company may have decided to cancel the 512GB variant it has used on previous occasions.
And the truth is that this is all we know for now on the new series of star phones of the company, which except for last minute change of plans, should arrive early next year. Hopefully, over the months, we will learn more details about the three terminals that will make up the family.
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