Samsung Galaxy S21 series price details for the European markets have been leaked ahead of the official launch, which is reportedly slated for January 14th. As per the information provided to us by Ishan Agarwal, who has a great track record when it comes to leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S21+ 128GB variant will be priced at EUR 1,049 (roughly Rs 94,500), while the 256GB model will get a price tag of EUR 1,099 (roughly Rs 99,000). The price of Samsung Galaxy S21 will be EUR 849 (about Rs 76,000) for the 128GB storage option. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra price for the 128GB storage model will be EUR 1,399 (roughly Rs 1,26,000). Of course, these prices will vary with local taxes. Agarwal has also shared a new Galaxy S21+ render (above) showing the handset’s design and colours, similar to what Evan Blass also shared just hours ago.
Samsung Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra prices
Samsung Galaxy S21 128GB: EUR 849
Samsung Galaxy S21+ 128GB: EUR 1,049
Samsung Galaxy S21+ 256GB: EUR 1,099
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB: EUR 1,399
Notably, this would mean that the 128GB variant of the Galaxy S21+ will be sold at a lower launch price than the 128GB variant of the Galaxy S20+, which debuted at EUR 1,099. On the other hand, the pricing for the base variant for the Samsung Galaxy S21+ will be similar to that of its predecessor at launch, according to the tip. The folks at GalaxyClub also leaked the S21 series prices recently, with figures varying slightly from what we are reporting, likely due to the taxes. It also claims that the vanilla Galaxy S21 5G model will cost EUR 879 (about Rs 80,000).
In addition to the render, Agarwal also shared with us an exclusive render of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ Kvadrat case in violet colour.
Earlier today, the leaked renders of Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, shared by Blass, revealed the entire design of all three handsets on Thursday. The leaked renders show that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will come in four colour options, i.e. Gold, Purple, White, and Black. Apart from this, the handset can be seen with a triple camera setup at the back, and a flat display with a centre-aligned hole-punch design, and the volume rocker and power button can be seen on the right spine. While the Galaxy S21 Plus has a similar design as the standard Galaxy S21, the key differences between the two handsets will likely be in screen size and battery capacity.
However, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will reportedly come with an additional camera sensor and a laser autofocus sensor at the back. Based on previous leaks, in the camera department, you can expect a 10MP 10x super-telephoto zoom lens, 108MP main sensor, 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 10MP 3x telephoto camera. You can also expect the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra to come with a larger battery and display size than the other two models. Notably, Galaxy S21 Ultra will also feature a curved display panel from the sides, unlike the other models.