Although the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, and Note 20 Ultra have still not seen the markets, most technical blogs are already fawning over the Galaxy S21 series. The last decade saw Samsung bringing out one S series model per year between 2010 and 2014. After that, it decided to bring out three upgraded versions of S6, and then two models per gadget in the last three years.
Last year, the Galaxy S10 model was swamped by 4 versions- S10e, S10, S10+, and S10 5G. But with the S20 series, Samsung is dialing back a bit too bring out three versions of the model. While unconfirmed, their name for the markets could most definitely be S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. All the models would be supporting 5G as the standard, but there might be a few markets working for the LTE model too.
Interestingly, the S20 series had Samsung bring out the big gun- 256 GB of internal storage. For S21 series though, talks have only been made for the 128 GB internal storage. But we are hopeful they would start working on the 256 GB one as well.
Goes without saying, Samsung always puts forth 512 GB of space for the most expensive ones. Let’s see if S21 falls into the group.