For the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung has launched the pre-order/registration phase in China. The company confirmed on its official website that individuals can pay CNY100 (about $15) upfront, which will be deducted from the final price later.
The Galaxy S21 is not called by the Samsung China website as it operated under the phrase “first flagship for 2021”. Although the landing page is named “Samsung’s first 2021 5 G flagship,” it indicates that China will soon have the variants of 5G for phones.
It should also be noted that those who do not want to buy the android phone will receive back their CNY100. But those wanting to be a part of it can be listed in the 21 chosen users who will receive a phone free of cost.
On January 14, 2021, the Samsung Galaxy lineup will be launched in the markets and pre-booking will only take place after the launch.
It is planned that the Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup will launch on January 14, 2021, and actual pre-orders should start after launch. China’s strategy for pre-orders is somewhat distinct. The consumers are in actual de facto who can register the gain the information regarding the pre-order launches.
The fact that Samsung is already going through this phase means that the launch is near and soon we will see the latest flagships.