Saturday , May 21 2022

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series will debut for January 2021 and would come with the pre-installed One UI 3.1 interface


A few days ago I was writing about Galaxy S20 series, Note 20 and other Samsung flagship series that finally received One UI 3.0, after a long wait. Here from January onwards, owners of these phones will be waiting for One UI 3.1, which will arrive pre-installed on the new S21 series.

The leak comes @jimmyispromo, which is not necessarily the surest source. However, he notes that the new series will premiere in January 2021 a comes with Android 11 and One UI 3.1 interface applied over it, straight out of the box. We also have a picture next to it.

According to current information, Samsung Galaxy S21 / S21 + / S21 Ultra will have an Exynos 2100 processor (the global version, which will reach us) and Snapdragon 888 (the version for South Korea and the USA) under the hood. At the same time, there are rumors that each will have screens with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The full specifications for the new lineup were revealed a few weeks in advance and you can check them out here.

The design has also been confirmed for the new Samsung smartphones. Probably all we have left is to wait for the first time. If you ask me, Samsung has every reason to announce the terminals as soon as possible, entering the “race” to launch terminals with Snapdragon 888.

However, according to the latest rumors, Xiaomi would be the first company to integrate this chip on the new Mi 11 series phones, at the end of this month.

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