A leak reveals the prices of the Galaxy S21 from Samsung

New leaks have revealed the price of the upcoming Galaxy S21 phone from Samsung, and it appears that many of the Galaxy S21 models will be priced lower than their predecessors.

Ishan Agarwal – known for its accurate leaks regarding future phones – published the leaks on Twitter in which it was mentioned that the price of the Galaxy S21 will start from 849 euros, and the price of the 128 GB option of the S21 Plus phone will start from 1,049 euros, while the price of the 256 GB option of the S21 Plus It will start at 1,099 euros, and the price of the S21 Ultra will start at 1,399 euros.

For comparison, Samsung launched the 5G model of the Galaxy S20 at a price of € 999, so it can be said: The company’s flagship phones for 2021 will be relatively cheaper than the company’s phones for 2020. A 128 GB option was launched from the Galaxy S20 Plus at a price of 1,099 euros.

It should be noted that with European taxes, different storage capacities, and connectivity options from 4G to 5G, it is difficult to compare prices between the S20 and S21 models, but it seems that the prices are close with a difference on some models.

Ishan Agarwal also posted a newly leaked computer modeling image of the Galaxy S21 Plus. It’s in keeping with the unofficial computer modeled image leaked by other popular leak accounts. These pictures, in common, confirm that the rear camera system will be different from the 2020 phones.

The price leaks of the Galaxy S21 phones come in conjunction with the publication of a channel called Random Stuff 2 on YouTube, a review of what it said: It is the upcoming Galaxy S21 Plus 5G phone from Samsung.

The review video showed the phone from all sides, and the channel had published another video comparing the performance of the Galaxy S21 Plus 5G and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The review video – which lasts approximately 5 minutes – highlights the phone’s 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED flat screen with narrow bezels, and the front camera hole, which is located in the middle of the upper section of the screen.

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