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Samsung bevestig amptelik Galaxy S21-byeenkoms op 14 january


Samsung is scheduled to launch its next flagship Galaxy S21 line-up on January 14, and the company has just confirmed earlier rumors about the next Unpacked event.

The Unpacked event begins at 7 a.m. Pacific time or 10 a.m. EASTERN TIME, this time with the headline: "Welcome to the Epic Every Day".

"Over the past year, mobile technology has been at the forefront of everyday life, with people working remotely and spending more time at home," the company wrote.

"Moving to the mobile world first brings with it the need for devices that can turn everyday life into an extraordinary experience."

The company is widely expected to announce three new smartphones at the event, succeeding last year's Galaxy S20 lineup.

The line-up includes the identical Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus, so the two devices are expected to be very similar, excluding size.

In addition to the most exclusive Galaxy S21 Ultra, which offers better specifications and cameras, similar to its 2020 counterpart, along with the curved screen and Samsung S-Pen support.

And there's not much to draw from the suspenseful video of the event, which simply seems to be the Galaxy S21 camera unit floating inside a semi-transparent cube.

But in practice, all the details of these new phones seem to have already leaked, including more accurate animated GIFs of what these units should look like.

Samsung also seems to have a new device to track lost items that compete with Tile devices and a range of Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earbuds, and we wouldn't be surprised if one or both of them showup alongside the new lineup.

The event helps reorganize the rhythm of consumer electronics giant products in the future to make room for folding devices.

Samsung said on October 28, 2020: We expect to record high growth in the future due to folding phones, where galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold 2 recorded very strong sales despite the general difficulties in the relatively weak demand for premium sectors amid the Corona pandemic.