Samsung Galaxy S21: how much will it cost in Italy

From the Netherlands come the latest guesses, very credible, on the price of the new top of the range 2021 by Samsung: here's how much it will cost on the European market and in Italy.

About three weeks from the official launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S21 range, scheduled for January 14, 2021, we now know almost everything about this top of the range. Apart from the price, however, in the last few hours has been leaked on the network through several European sources.

The origin of the sources, when it comes to the price of a smartphone, is not a minor detail: the devices are all produced in Asia, then the price in China, Korea or other countries of the Far East is always lower than the European one and, even more so to the Italian one. This is because the Asian price must be added the obvious costs of transport and taxation (especially in Italy) much higher. Alla luce di tutto ciò ecco le ultime ipotesi di prezzo dei Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+ ed S21 Ultra in Europa e in Italia.

Nuova gamma Samsung Galaxy S21: i prezzi

Dall’Olanda, per la precisione da Galaxy Club, arriva il più recente leak sui prezzi europei dei nuovi Galaxy 2021 di Samsung. Galaxy Club non dichiara la fonte, ma secondo i dati a loro disposizione i prezzi delle varianti base dei tre modelli saranno questi:

  • Galaxy S21 5G 128 GB: €879
  • Galaxy S21+ 5G 128 GB: €1.079
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G 128GB: €1.399

In Italia quasi tutti gli smartphone vengono venduti ad un prezzo leggermente superiore rispetto a quello medio europeo. Da notare che il prezzo dell’S21 “liscio" sarà di poco inferiore a quello a cui fu messo in vendita il Galaxy S20 base. In any case, it seems now confirmed that in the packaging of the new Galaxy S21 there will be neither charger nor headphones.

Samsung Galaxy S21 range: technical features

Both the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21+ will have a flat screen (larger in the second model), while only the S21 Ultra will have curved screen at the edges. It will still be an AMOLED with 1,440×3,200 pixels of resolution, 120 Hz of refresh, 1,600 nits of peak brightness and will be HDR10+ certified.

The Ultra version will have 12 or 16 GB of RAM, while the others 8 or 12 GB. The SoC, however, will be the same: the Exynos 2100 (Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 only for models sold in the US, South Korea and China).

The cameras will be three (12+12+64 MP, main, wide-angle and zoom respectively) on the S21 and S21+, while there will be four on the Ultra: a 108 MP main sensor, a 10X optical periscope zoom, a 12 MP wide-angle sensor and a 10 MP traditional 3X zoom.