They filter calendar with the launches of Samsung for this year


Renowned leaker Evan Blass published a roadmap mentioning Samsung’s launches for spring and summer 2021

Every year technology companies have a route planned with their releases of the year. Although each year they try to meet the same date, they usually have some modifications which have their followers waiting.

Leaker Evan Blass posted on his Voice page an alleged Roadmap in which you can see the releases what Samsung they have planned for this year. According to the filtration You can already anticipate what to expect for the spring and summer of 2021.

What are the dates of the Samsung launches?

The first event to appear is one for March 26 that will likely include information specific to the new Galaxy A52 Y A72 for the United States.

In mid-April appears the date of the launch of PCs, where it is rumored that you could see new convertible Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 with built-in S Pen support and possibly a 5G-capable version of the Galaxy Chromebook 2.

The new Tab S7 Lite tablet is expected in June, a new budget phone with 5G is expected in July and a Galaxy FE Unpacked event in August.

It should be remembered that normally in mid-August Samsung announces a new device Galaxy Note. However, the Roadmap The leaked specifically indicates that the event will be for a new Fan Edition device (likely the Galaxy S21 FE).

This reinforces rumors that this year there will be no new Galaxy Note, so fans of this device will have to wait until next year.

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Between the releases expected for this year find a new Galaxy Fold, a Galaxy A82 with 5G and some kind of “dual-use” camera module.

In recent weeks there has been talk of the difficulties that technology companies have in being able to develop their equipment due to the chip crisis.

However it seems that Samsung still has a series of releases. The Roadmap The leaked only mentions phones, tablets, and PCs. But there are likely to be other unexpected devices that will also appear before the year is out.

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