The long-awaited release of Samsung’s next-generation flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S21, is finally set on January 14.

According to the invitation letter officially released by Samsung, the company will hold an online conference with the theme "Welcome to the Everyday Epic" on January 14.

Although Samsung has not clearly stated which devices it plans to announce, it is expected to launch the next-generation flagship phones, including the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra, as well as the Star S Pen.

According to previously exposed information, Galaxy S21 uses a front full-screen design and a rear camera block. It will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC and has a larger in-screen fingerprint sensor. The Ultra model should have a 5000 mAh battery and an approximately 6.8-inch 120Hz OLED display.

At the end of December last year, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra entered the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) database. Through this source, it was confirmed that Galaxy S21 will support S-Pen. The FCC stated that S21 Ultra has "two different inductively coupled S-PEN motion detection modes (hover and click)."

The report also confirmed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra is compatible with Wi-Fi 6E. It was reported at the time that the Galaxy S21 will be released in mid-January (during the CES show), and the S21Ultra will be one of the first mobile devices to support Wi-Fi6E.

In addition, there are multiple sources which claim that Samsung Galaxy S21 will no longer include a charger when it is released.

Although Samsung did not officially announce the news, it deleted the article on the social account that once "ridiculed" Apple's cancellation of the charger.


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