The Galaxy Note 20 series will be made official through Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked event that is scheduled to take place on Aug. 5. In the first quarter of 2021, the South Korean company is expected to announce the successor for the Galaxy S20 series. Ahead of the Galaxy Note 20 series launch, Sammobile has published a report to reveal key information of the Galaxy S21 series that will probably end up as Galaxy S30 lineup.
Leaked information shared by the publication reveals that the Galaxy S21 series will have three smartphones. The model number of the three variants are SM-G991, SM-G996, and SM-G998. Base on the previous release patterns for the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S10 series, the aforementioned model numbers could belong to the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
There is a possibility that these devices could be called Galaxy S30, Galaxy S31, and Galaxy S30 Ultra. The next S-series phones could be arriving in 4G and 5G editions as expected.
The three Galaxy S-series for next year are being developed in 128 GB and 256 GB storage models, claims the report. However, the series could be coming with up to 1 TB of storage. This year Samsung has significantly downgraded the features on the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 phone. Hence, there is a possibility that Samsung may choose to sell the S21 series only in 128 GB and 256 GB as people may not spend more money on buying smartphones due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Its too early to talk about the Galaxy S30 series since Samsung and its fans are focused on the upcoming Unpacked event. More details on the S21/S30 lineup is expected to appear in the coming months.