Tuesday , January 19 2021

Galaxy S21 is almost here: How to Watch the Launch Event of Galaxy Unpacked Live



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Do not be disappointed with this year’s CES, as Samsung has enough news in store the same week. The South Korean electronics giant will broadcast its virtual Unpacked event at 7 a.m. PT on January 14, the last day of CES. You can watch it on Samsung’s YouTube page like her home page, and CNET will be hosting a live show starting 30 minutes before the event.

Samsung, in its invitation from early January, mentioned “Welcome to the Everyday Epic” as the theme for their event. It is expected to unveil the new Galaxy S21 lineup, as well as some possible accessories. Here’s everything we’ve heard so far about the Galaxy S21,

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Samsung will hold its first Unpacked event of the year on January 14th.

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“Over the past year, mobile technology has taken center stage in daily life as people work remotely and spend more time at home,” Samsung said. “The accelerated transition to a mobile-first world brings the need with devices that can transform daily life into an extraordinary experience.”

A January 14 date for Unpacked comes earlier than usual for Samsung. In the past, the company typically unveiled its latest flagship phone in February, either before or during the Mobile World Congress, and then released the device in March or even April.

Samsung will likely unveil three different models of its flagship phone at Thursday’s event: the 6.2-inch S21, the 6.7-inch S21 Plus and the 6.8-inch S21 Ultra. The devices are expected to look largely the same, but have larger camera modules, which enhance their photo and video capabilities.

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The company may also stop the Galaxy Note line this year and replace it with S Pen support on its Galaxy S21 Ultra. Early renders do not provide a visible location for a stylus, which may mean that it has to be housed separately as the phone when not in use. On Samsung’s popular – but niche – lineup, the stylus slides into the device for storage.

Along with the Galaxy S21 lineup, there may be some other announcements from Samsung. The company is expected to unveil the new one Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds and physical Tile-style smart trackers, possibly called Galaxy Smart Tags, to help people keep up with their efforts with BlueTooth. Apple has long been rumored to be working on its own AirTags, but it has yet to reveal anything in the arena.

Set up CNET for full coverage of Samsung’s first Unpacked event of 2021.


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