We are on July 24, just 10 days from the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. But having left its features uncovered for quite a few weeks, it is normal that now the gaze moves to rest on the following brand range caps that apparently they should see the light in February 2021.
A couple of hours ago, the medium specialized in the ecosystem of the Korean firm, SamMobile, published new details of the Galaxy S21 series (Galaxy S30) which, as expected, will all come to the market with support for 5G networks. It seems that the firm has established that its S range must be starring 3 models every year, as has happened with the Galaxy S20 after the market received the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10 5G in 2019.
Despite the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has not been the model best received by the technology community, it seems that Samsung is happy with this strategy and will launch 3 models again next year, just as Apple would launch a trio of phones and Huawei would do the same.
Again, 3 models of Galaxy S30
These devices have already been identified on the Internet with the model numbers SM-G991, SM-G996 and SM-G998. Their real names are still unconfirmed but, despite the fact that some media are betting on an “S21” nomenclature, the most normal thing is that they arrive in stores in the form of Samsung Galaxy S30, Galaxy S30 + and Galaxy S30 Ultra, following the strategy of this year of the company.
Apparently the brand only reserves the launch of some 4G models for certain regions so it is not clear without in Spain we would have a model of Galaxy S30 LTE. What is certain is that we will have two different storage options again. Right now, the base versions of Samsung’s range caps for 2021 will start at 128GB of storage but 256GB variants of these three devices are also being developed.
Samsung it generally offers a 512GB storage option on its more expensive flagships but at the moment there is no data to give us any further clues about it. The same applies to possible 1TB models, versions of the brand’s big mobiles that have not seen the light of year, and that we doubt will star in any version of the Galaxy Note 20.
As for the processor, it is pretty clear that the chipsets that will power the brand’s future phones, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 and the Exynos 1000 are under development and will be ready to offer the best performance on all 3 phones.
Regarding the rumor talking about removing the charger from the phone box, SamMobile He does not rule on it, so we continue without being able to confirm this controversial move by the company.