Just a few days ago we were super thrilled about the launch of Apple’s latest iPhone 12 series. And now, we have reports coming in that Samsung is pushing up its plans of launching the Samsung Galaxy S30 series of phones to early next year. Now this will surely make the new iPhones look like a thing of the past.
According to some new information that is coming in, the successor model of Samsung’s flagship from 2020, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is all set for release in January 2021. The phone will be known as the Galaxy S30 Ultra. It is tipped to launch alongside the Galaxy S30. This information comes after there were reports last week of the said series going into mass production.
Along with the information, we were also in for a treat with the CAD-based renders of the two phones. This is in courtesy of tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks). Steve has revealed the design of the Galaxy S30 Ultra. Steve also published the CAD renders of the S30 Ultra revealing key details about the device.
Features Of Samsung Galaxy S30 Ultra
In terms of dimensions, Steve claims that the S30 Ultra’s screen will be between 6.7 and 6.9 inches. And it will measure roughly 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm. However, he claims that there is no slot for the S-Pen in the new model. Although there is a belief that the phone will still support the S-Pen. Talking further about the Galaxy S30, the phone’s dimensions are to be 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9m. If this is indeed true, it will mean the S30 model will be slightly wider than the S20.
According to reports, the claims are also that the Galaxy S30 series could launch earlier than usual. The phone will be arriving in January 2021. This will be the earliest release for a Samsung Galaxy S flagship. The phone is expected to be launched in three models. This will include a top-end S30 Ultra featuring support for an S Pen and new camera capabilities.
It will also be the first time that the company launches a new Galaxy device so close to Apple’s flagship iPhones. With barely months after the Apple iPhone release, a January launch for the Galaxy S30 will essentially make choosing between the two a rather difficult exercise. It can also tip a lot of undecided buyers in Samsung’s favor.
It will also give the model a good headstart over competing flagships from other phone makers. The competition will start to launch a month or two after the now rumored January launch for the Samsung Galaxy S series.