Samsung just wrapped up releasing the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 lineup and we are already hearing news of the Samsung Galaxy S21 phones. Although there is still a lot of time before the phone officially shows up, we have learned what to expect in the new Galaxy phones thanks to some recent leaks. To learn more about the phone and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Nigeria price, continue reading.
While the Galaxy S series went through some minor changes last year, we are not expecting any drastic changes this year either. Some of the rumors are suggesting a full display with a hidden selfie camera but there is no concrete source to back that up. We did get an attractive AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate last year so no change won’t be a bad thing. The Apple iPhone 12 standard version is expected to be available in two different screen sizes so it’s possible that the standard Samsung Galaxy S phone might be available in the same screen size. However, it’s too early to call that so we will have to wait for an official announcement or the Samsung Galaxy S21 release date Nigeria to find that out.
One of the Galaxy S series phones is rumored to pack a 150-megapixel camera sensor but it’s probably safe to assume that the standard phone won’t be the one to get it. It’s expected to be the same triple camera setup with some changes in sensor and new HDR features. However, there are rumors suggesting that the front camera will include optical image stabilization to help users take better selfies. The new processor will also play a role here when it comes to processing the image so that’s also something to look forward to. For those of you who are not interested to wait, there is the upcoming Apple iPhone 12 Pro and OnePlus 8 Pro you can check out.
This is where things are not looking good for the Samsung Galaxy S21, at least not on paper. Although the Samsung Galaxy S20 packed a 4000mAh battery, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 might show up with a 3880mAh battery. It’s possible that the new upcoming 5nm Snapdragon 875 processor will be able to offer better battery life with less battery consumption but it’s all just speculation at this point. The global version is expected to pack a not yet announced Exynos 1000 chipset instead of the Snapdragon one. With both the upcoming phones and Samsung phones going for a smaller battery, there is a possibility that the phones are aiming to make the phones smaller. After the official Samsung Galaxy S21 release date Nigeria, we will be able to see how this affects the phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 will be possibly available for about ₦ 314400 if not more. Like we mentioned earlier, it won’t be available any time soon and the release date is expected sometime after February, 2021.
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