Samsung was hype for his Galaxy s21 event for days, and that moment is almost at hand. If you share that excitement, join Critics Editor Cherlynn Low and Mobile Editor Chris Velazco on Youtube while we broadcast real-time reactions to the news. The S21 is clearly the star of the show this time around, but Samsung is known to have its fair share of surprises – you’ll want to tune in.
The Galaxy S21 is expected to be a more subtle upgrade than the Galaxy s20 was last year, but that could still make it a compelling phone. It would use Qualcomm’s agility Snapdragon 888 chipset in North America (Exynos 2100 in other markets), more efficient displays that could improve battery life and get new camera tips, mostly software. The S21 Ultra is expected to include S Pen support. And you might even see lower prices – you might not have to pay $ 1,000 or more just to put a Galaxy S in your pocket.