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2020 has been a complicated year in almost every way, although over the months, the storm has subsided for smartphone companies. With the end of the course on the table, it is time to look to the future and try to foresee what the increasingly close 2021 will bring us in terms of smartphones.
Samsung, as one of the great world powers that it is, has prepared a whole range of new terminals that will come into our hands over the next few months. On the scene are flagships, somewhat more modest smartphones, entry ranges, and folding. Do we venture to point out the most important ones? Yes, of course!
Samsung Galaxy S21
The first to arrive will be the Samsung Galaxy S21, and it will also do so in advance. We will be able to enjoy this tremendous terminal and its brothers next January.
With it, we will find a smartphone with a 6.2-inch Full HD + AMOLED screen, 120 Hz refresh rate, 4,000 mAh battery with 25 W fast charge, and triple rear camera with 64 MP main sensor. In addition, it will incorporate the latest and most powerful processor on the market, the Snapdragon 888, in some markets, although in Europe, we will have to settle for the Exynos 2100.
Samsung Galaxy S21 + and S21 Ultra
The Samsung S21 series of leading high-end phones is completed by the S21 + and the S21 Ultra. Both will land in stores also during January 2021 and will attract all eyes together with the Galaxy S21. As they belong to the same series, many of the characteristics will be similar, although, obviously, they have some differences.
For example, in the case of the Galaxy S21 +, it will equip a 6.7-inch panel and a battery higher than that of its little brother, in this case of 4,800 mAh. The same happens with the S21 Ultra, whose screen goes up to 6.8 inches and its battery up to 5,000 mAh. In addition, this last terminal will have an added attraction, and it will be its spectacular 108 MP camera.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 2, and Galaxy Z Fold Lite
The little that is known about it. We have not yet had time to taste the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 too much, but it is no secret that the Korean brand is already working at full capacity on its update, the Galaxy Z Fold 3. It will almost certainly incorporate the S-Pen as standard, so it will gain in versatility and functionality.
But this is not all in the folding realm. Samsung plans to launch in the third quarter of 2021 a new version of its popular Galaxy Z Flip, this time with a much larger exterior screen and with improvements also in the interior panel, which folds.
As if that were not enough, there are strong rumors that the Asian brand will make folding phones a little more accessible in the new year with the launch of a lite version of the Galaxy Fold.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
Leaving aside the large smartphones with prices close to 1,000 euros or even exceed them, we find the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G. This terminal focused on the mid-range seeks to provide the faithful of Samsung with a smartphone with 5G connectivity at a much lower price than the S21 series.
In addition to this, what is known so far is that the Galaxy A32 5G will bring under its arm a 6.5-inch panel with a drop-shaped notch, a side fingerprint sensor, the beloved and at the same time defenestrated headphone support. With 3.5 mm Jack input or USB-C charging, among many other aspects.
Samsung Galaxy F62
Samsung’s F series stands out significantly for the battery life of the terminals that comprise it. Although the arrival of these smartphones on the European market is not assured, they are a benchmark in India. It is worth paying attention to what stands out there, as has already happened with phones similar to this one that concerns us, being the case of the Galaxy F41.
The fact is that we already know that Samsung has the Galaxy F62 in advanced development and that this will be one of the great terminals of 2021. At the moment, we only know that it will equip 6 GB of RAM, an AMOLED screen, several rear sensors, and a huge battery like its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy M12
As an option for those who want a Samsung smartphone but whose budget is limited or simply do not intend to make a large outlay, the Korean firm will launch the Galaxy M12 in 2021. Despite the typecasting within the low range, the characteristics of this terminal are not negligible.
Thus, in the Galaxy M12, there will reside a mobile with a 6.5-inch screen surrounded by quite small margins, a quadruple rear camera, or a fingerprint reader on the front panel. There is still no exact date for its staging, but forecasts predict it will be between January and February 2021.
Sharlene Meriel is an avid gamer with a knack for technology. He has been writing about the latest technologies for the past 5 years. His contribution in technology journalism has been noteworthy. He is also a day trader with interest in the Forex market.