We have seen plenty of leaks flowing in regarding the upcoming Samsung flagships. By now, we know the launch date, the colourways, the different models, their specs, design, etc. The only thing that was missing was the Samsung Galaxy S21 price, and that is precisely what has been leaked today.
Samsung Galaxy S21 price leaked
WinFuture says that the Samsung Galaxy S21 price will start at 849 Euros (about Rs. 76,000) for the 128GB variant, while the 256GB version will cost 899 Euros (about Rs. 80,000). Moving on to the next model, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus price will reportedly begin at 1049 Euros (around Rs.94,000)for the base variant with 128GB of storage, and the 256GB model will set you back by 1099 Euros (about Rs.99,000).
Both the Galaxy S21 and the S21+ have plastic back panels, and flat displays. They boast the same tech specs for the most part, and only differ in terms of the battery capacity, the display size and correspondingly have a bigger footprint.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will carry a price tag of 1349 Euros (about Rs. 1,21,000) for the 128GB variant, the 256GB version costs 1399 Euros (about Rs. 1,26,000) , and the top end model with 512GB of storage will cost 1529 Euros. It is worth mentioning that the Ultra is the only phone in the series that has a glass back and a curved edge-to-edge display. The screen has a higher resolution, and the device also has an additional camera on the rear, along with a laser autofocus module.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 price is a bit surprising, as there is a gap of just 50 Euros for twice the amount of storage. The prices do seem to be on the higher side, but that’s usually the case in Europe. The price in the rest of the world may be slightly better.
We have less than a month to go for January 14th, which is when the Electronics Giant is rumored to announce the Galaxy S21 series.