As repeatedly announced at the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series of its new high-end smartphones, Samsung is preparing for mid-January. This info comes from WinFuture. With the Galaxy S21 range, Samsung is making several improvements to its price structure, with an internal memory twice as wide for just 50 euros in most cases. The 5G-capable variant of the Samsung Galaxy S21 in Europe effectively starts at EUR 849, which means that the manufacturer has reduced the entry-level price by EUR 50 compared with the S20 series.
Samsung Galaxy S21 5G – S21 5G is the EUR 849 entry into the next-generation Samsung smartphone world. In return, with 128GB of internal memory, the customer gets the output.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 5G – Which is fitted with a 6.7-inch OLED display to call its own, would have to pay a little more money in the future. In this case, the starting price is 1049 euros, although it begins with 128GB of internal flash memory again.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G – The starting price rises to EUR 1349, which gives you “only” 128 GB of flash memory even with the absolute top model of the S21 series from Samsung. It goes up to 256GB for 1399 euros, but if you want the top version with a full 512GB of internal memory.
- Samsung Galaxy S21 128GB – 849 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 256GB – 899 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 128GB – 1049 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 256GB – 1099 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB – 1349 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 256GB – 1399 euros
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 512GB – 1529 euros
In January, Samsung will announce its Galaxy S21 series. For the devices, January 14 is the rumored launch date. The devices would look almost the same, but a plastic backplate could be provided by the Galaxy S21.