Color options for Samsung Galaxy S21 series

The colors of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series (not the official name) allegedly leaked along with the countries of manufacture. The information was shared on Twitter by a display industry analyst who also said there will be a Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra. The Galaxy S21 series has been in the news almost every day for the past week, be it in terms of battery size, cameras, design, or version. It should be noted that Samsung has not disclosed any information about the upcoming Galaxy S21 lineup.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Series Color Options (Expected)

After this Tweet According to Ross Young, an analyst for the display industry, the Samsung Galaxy S21 is offered in gray, pink, purple and white. The Galaxy S21 + should be available in black and silver, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra should be available in black, silver and purple. Additionally, the tweet mentions that the Samsung smartphones are made in Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam.

That’s all of the information available in the tweet, and Young states that these color options are 100 percent confirmed. However, Samsung has not released any information on the color options, so this information should be included with a pinch of salt.

Regarding previous leaks, it was recently reported that the Samsung Galaxy S21 + will come with a selfie camera hole punch, which is centrally located at the top of the display. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S21’s camera body module has also surfaced separately, matching what was previously leaked. In addition, suspected renders of the Galaxy S21 Ultra were leaked, showing a larger camera module than the Galaxy S20 with four sensors.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series battery size has reportedly been leaked through a 3C listing. The Galaxy S21 is said to be equipped with a 4,000 mAh battery with 25 W fast charging support, the Samsung Galaxy S21 + with 4,660 mAh and the Galaxy S21 Ultra with a 4,800 mAh battery. The two models are also expected to offer 25W fast charging support.

A report last week mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be released as early as January next year. Samsung traditionally launches its flagship smartphones in February or March. This will be an early reveal for the company. It has also been said that production of the new series will begin in December.

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