As it became known, the company Samsung is already engaged in software development for the next flagship series, which is supposedly called the Samsung Galaxy S21.
Sources say the company is developing firmware for its next in the United States for all major operators. As you might expect, the firmware is based on the Android 11 operating system. Samsung Galaxy S21 out of the box should debut with the corporate shell One UI 3.1, while the series Galaxy S20 came with One UI 2.1.
Samsung is developing firmware only for models Galaxy S21 with support for 5G, namely the Samsung SM-G991U, SM-G996U and SM-G998U. These model numbers, presumably, correspond to the market names Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
It is not yet known whether Samsung will continue to produce LTE-variants of its flagship smartphones next year. The Korean giant is going to release the three major Android OS updates for the flagships, so the choice of 5G connection as a new standard seems quite logical.
It is still too early to talk about the characteristics of the Samsung Galaxy S21, because before the official announcement of the Galaxy S21 almost six months. However, mentions of the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ were found in the database of the Chinese regulator, which published information about their batteries.
Also last week, there was information that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will remain without a subscreen camera.