Today we learned how Samsung’s next flagship will be, and apparently, it will be very similar to the current Galaxy S20 and Note 20 range tops. What do you think about this?
It is undeniable that the latest tops of Samsung already have everything that Samsung has to offer… So the next step is to hide the front camera under the OLED screen, but that still won’t happen in 2020 or 2021 in the world of the South Korean Giant … Do you know why? It is simple, the complexity of these OLED panels would require a very significant increase in the price of the devices. Something that is not a great idea these days.
In fact, there are even some rumors indicating the launch of a budget device in the style of the current S20 FE, with a plastic rear to imitate glass.
In short, it makes sense for Samsung to take everything that today’s smartphones have to offer, refining everything else! Especially the battery and processing part with a completely new SoC … And of course, much higher than the Exynos 990.
The Galaxy S21 / S30 is exactly the same as the Galaxy S20
So, in case you didn’t know, we have many good rumors to mention the announcement of the new Galaxy S21 (or S30) still in 2020, with the arrival of the device itself in the beginning of 2021! (Or who knows … At Christmas 2020?)
After all, we already have renderings showing everything or almost everything on the Internet, so it is obvious that the design is finalized, and maybe the production of the new smartphones has already started… Otherwise, we didn’t have as many details here.
Having said all of that, while the front looks exactly the same, the rear is a little bit different. What is clear will serve to differentiate the new device from the current S20 and Note 20. Obviously, in addition to the aesthetic differences, it is also very likely that the photographic performance will be superior. All thanks to the introduction of a new generation of photographic sensors, which is always welcome.
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