Samsung has launched a bunch of smartphones this year and there are a lot more to come. Starting with the Galaxy S21 flagships, the company has also unveiled some midrange and lower-end phones. Just recently, Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 phones with loads of flagship-grade features that are introduced in the mid-range segment for the first time.
Now, the roadmap of the upcoming phones of Samsung has been revealed by Evan Blass (via Voice). As of now, the company has held two unpacked events, the first one for the Galaxy S21, and the other brought new A-series devices. This is just the beginning and there are more such events in the coming days.
As per the report (Via – SammyFans), the South Korean tech giant will hold another event on April 14, in which the company will launch new computing devices including Galaxy Chromebook and Windows-powered Galaxy Book laptops.
After April, the company will organize a new event in June this year that will bring an affordable variant of the Galaxy Tab S7 which is the Tab S7 Lite. Moving forward, the next event might be held in July 2021 in which we can expect another A-series device which is the Galaxy A22 5G, that might come as the cheapest Samsung 5G phone, although it will come in both 4G and 5G variant.
While there is no information available for the Galaxy A82 5G and it is said that this handset may arrive alongside or around the Galaxy A22. Moreover, it will be equipped with a flagship Snapdragon 855+ processor and an innovative rotating camera.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE in August?
Samsung’s CEO has confirmed that there will be no Galaxy Note phone this year so there will be no Galaxy Note 21 phones this year. Besides this, the company will launch the Galaxy S21 FE on August 19 this year.
The Galaxy S21 FE will come as an affordable version of the Galaxy S21 flagships that will carry many high-end features at a lesser price range. While the other details regarding the device are not known and we’ll get more about it in the coming days as the phone is already under development.