We were looking for clues to the local preorder details of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, but we stumbled upon another information.
A few days after sharing the Chinese market’s rankings for December, Antutu Benchmark this time revealed the list of best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones released globally.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 series — possibly the worst kept secret on the internet today — has a launch date. The Korean electronics giant today officially announced that its next Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled for January 14, just as earlier predicted.
We always find lists of best-selling devices interesting even if they’re from one retailer only. Well, especially if they’re from one of the biggest retailers.
Samsung is expected to announce its flagship Galaxy S21 series later this month, possibly as soon as January 14 — much earlier than usual, if rumors are to be believed. Whether the leaks are true, it’s likely that the Korean company will launch the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro in the Philippines soon. Perhaps alongside the Galaxy S21 phones.
Samsung‘s 5G offerings were initially limited to its premium products — the flagships with the best specs and the highest prices. If you wanted a 5G handset from the brand, you needed to shell out the big bucks for it. Now, the renowned smartphone maker has a new handset that is its most affordable 5G phone yet.
Well, we can’t say we didn’t expect it. Back in October, we argued that Apple‘s 2020 iPhones would be a big hit, with or without a charger in the retail box. Now, there’s a report revealing that it went on to become the world’s bestselling 5G phone in October.
Though no one can predict the future — and certainly not anything that could happen in 2020 — Huawei and Samsung are probably done releasing premium smartphones for this year. Back in August, Samsung introduced the Note 20 lineup, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which is basically the non-5G version of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G with …
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is likely to launch as the Korean manufacturer’s most affordable 5G phone to date. And if its newly uncovered Geekbench listing is anything to go by, we’d put money that it will indeed be the cheapest Samsung ever to use the industry’s hottest feature since, well, 4G.
Remember the pair of budget Galaxy phones that was announced a few weeks ago, with availability scheduled for the first quarter of 2021?