On Thursday, Samsung officially introduced the Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra. These are the company’s latest, and perhaps only, flagship models from 2021.
First of all, the Samsung Galaxy S21 is available in Canada in ‘Phantom Pink’, ‘Phantom Violet’, ‘Phantom White’ and ‘Phantom Gray’. The 128GB variant of the phone costs $ 1,129.99, and the 256GB variant is priced at $ 1,199.99. The 256GB model of the device is only available in Phantom Gray.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 +, on the other hand, is available in ‘Phantom Violet’, ‘Phantom Silver’ and ‘Phantom Black’. This smartphone costs $ 1,399.99 for the 128GB version and $ 1,469.99 for the 256GB variant. The 256 GB of the smartphone is only available in Phantom Black.
It’s worth noting that this is one of the first times that Canadians get the same color variants as other countries.
Last but not least, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is available in ‘Phantom Black’ and ‘Phantom Silver’. The 128GB variant of the phone costs $ 1,649.99, the 256GB variant is priced at $ 1,719.99, and lastly, the 512GB variant that is only available in Phantom Black is $ 1,889.
The prices are worth noting because the Samsung Galaxy S21 is $ 120 cheaper than the S20 when it launched, and the S21 + is $ 179 cheaper than the S20 +. However, the S21 and S21 + are something of a downgrade from last year’s models in a number of ways. The S21 Ultra is also about $ 200 cheaper than the S20 Ultra, but it’s honestly an upgrade, for the most part.
Samsung’s Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra will be available at Samsung Experience stores and participating carriers on January 29. Pre-orders for the smartphone are available on January 14. If you reserve the S21 Ultra, you will also get a free Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy SmartTag. And if you reserve the S21 + and S21, you will receive a gift with the purchase of the Galaxy Buds Live and a Galaxy SmartTag.
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