Samsung’s Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 875 SoC Ultra May Enter Mass Production

Qualcomm will release its snapdragon 875 flagship processor on December 1, and Samsung will be one of the first commercial vendors of the Snapdragon 875 such as Samsung Galaxy S21 series.

According to the disclosure, Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series includes the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra, which correspond to medium, grande and Venti cups.

Today, prominent source Roland Quandt revealed that Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra components are already in production, suggesting that the Galaxy S21 Ultra may be in mass production.
Mass production of parts for Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series will begin this month, one month earlier than usual, according to previously disclosed information. Samsung appears to be intent on releasing the Galaxy S21 early to get a head start in the market.

It has been revealed that Samsung may launch the Galaxy S21 series in January 2021 or even December 2020, with the Galaxy S21 series going on sale around February.

In terms of specifications, the US version and China will use Snapdragon 875 chip, while Exynos 2100 chip may be used in Europe and South Korea, with a maximum of 100 million pixels of master camera and pre-installed Android 11 system.

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