Samsung Galaxy S21 series may offer these colour variants

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NEW DELHI: Recently, it was reported that Samsung is working on its next generation flagship smartphone series likely to be called Galaxy S21. The report also added that the company might launch the smartphone in January next year.
Now the colours of the smartphones along with the production countries have leaked online. The information was shared on Twitter by a display industry analyst. The display industry analyst Ross Young revealed that the company will launch Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphones. Young also revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will come in Grey, Pink, Violet and White colour options. The Samsung Galaxy S21+ is expected to come in Black and Silver colour options while the Galaxy S21 Ultra is said to come in Black, Silver and Violet colour options. Along with the colour options, the tweet also mentions that the smartphones will be produced in Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam.

A recent online report also revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S21+ will sport a hole-punch cut out selfie camera which will be placed at the top center of the display. The leak also revealed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with a bigger camera module as compared to the last year launched Galaxy S20.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 is said to be backed by a 4000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support, while the Galaxy S21+ is said to house a 4660mAh battery. And the most expensive Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to come with a 4800mAh battery with 25W fast charging support.
Recently, Samsung announced a festive offer as part of which customers can purchase the foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Flip smartphone at a discount of Rs 39,009. The smartphone is priced at Rs 1,08,999 and it can be purchased at Rs 69,990 as part of the festive offer. It is a limited period offer and is only available on the retail stores in the country. The customers who wish to purchase the smartphone can also avail 10% cashback on HDFC credit card.

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