The technical data and price leaks of the Galaxy S21 series leave no stone unturned

It is often the case that unofficial details about upcoming smartphones have been leaked in their entirety, closing their official announcements. The fact that the Galaxy S21 is now getting a barrage of leaks is perhaps indirect evidence of how short its launch actually is. We haven’t seen a shortage of rumors and tidbits here and there, and now the final pieces are collapsing to complete the picture of Samsung’s ultra-early flagships of 2021.

Roland Quandt from WinFuture gives the latest information about the Galaxy S21 Ultra and collects it in one place. There seems to be an issue trying to make consumers forget about some of the shortcomings of their predecessor. Whether the cameras, housed in a potentially divisive camera bump design, are up to the task we will have to wait and see next month to literally see them.

Another difference from last year’s Galaxy S20 Ultra is that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will supposedly have a slightly flatter screen while maintaining the curved edges. This may be to support the optional S Pen pen, which is also offered in a package with an official cover. These are most likely offered as pre-order offers.

That it continues to be Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100 variants, the latter for Europe, is not a big surprise. It could be controversial that there will be no charger in the box, at least in Germany. No AKG headphones either, which is a bummer as you can’t just buy these off the shelf.

91mobiles completes the picture with a price list for Europe, starting with the Galaxy S21 at EUR 849, around USD 1,040. The 128 GB Galaxy S21 + is said to be cheaper than the Galaxy S20 + at 1,049 euros last year, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra is priced at 1,399 euros. This should give buyers an idea of ​​what prices will be like in the US, which means they will be a bit higher than last year’s models, which is also not surprising.