Based on our latest findings, Samsung is set to release an exciting line-up of devices this summer, appealing to various user preferences and price points.
Galaxy A41 - A new addition to Samsung's mid-range offerings, the Galaxy A41 is set to debut with Docomo, one of Japan's largest mobile service providers.
Galaxy A01 Core - Primed for release in South America, this device is expected to cater to users looking for affordability and functionality.
Galaxy A11 - Samsung is preparing to introduce three new variants of the Galaxy A11 - the unlocked version in the US, the Canadian variant, and a Tracfone branded version.
Galaxy A21 - Users in the US and Canada can look forward to the release of the Galaxy A21, available in both unlocked and carrier-specific versions.
Galaxy A21s - Samsung is all set to release a Korean variant of this model, continuing to expand its A-series line-up.
Galaxy A51 5G and Galaxy A71 - Samsung is looking to strengthen its 5G portfolio with the US variant of the A51 5G and the A71, which will be available as both a US Unlocked and Verizon specific version.
Galaxy Z Flip 5G - Adding to the excitement, the 5G version of the revolutionary Galaxy Z Flip is poised for release in locked/unlocked variants for the US and Canadian markets.
Galaxy Tab S7/S7+ - Samsung continues to expand its tablet line-up, with the release of the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ in both international and Korean versions.
And the highlight of this impressive line-up is the much-anticipated Galaxy Note20 Series, with the following variants: Galaxy Note 20 Galaxy Note 20+ Galaxy Note 20 5G Galaxy Note 20+ 5G
There are strong indications that Samsung will roll out the first firmware for the Galaxy Note 20 in July.
This just scratches the surface of Samsung's ambitious summer plans. Stay tuned for more exciting news and updates!