One of the new Galaxy S21 phones has an unexpected feature, and the starting price points are cheaper than last year’s Galaxy S20 series.
There are three new smartphones from Samsung: the Galaxy S21, the Galaxy S21+ and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Samsung unveiled all three on Thursday, Jan. 14, which just so happened to be the last day of CES 2021. However, the devices were introduced at Samsung Unpacked in a virtual livestream from South Korea, not as part of the official CES events.
Samsung gave the event the advance title of “Welcome to the Everyday Epic” in a play on Samsung’s idea that every day can be epic. As expected, the three devices are loaded with features and in a big switch from previous phones in the S series, the S21 Ultra even works with the S Pen. In the past, the only Samsung phones that the S Pen worked with was the Galaxy Note series.
This is part of the regular announcement cycle for Samsung, but it is a bit early, likely due to the lack of a Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona this winter. On Feb.