Samsung’s last event brought us the incredible Galaxy S20 FE, but what do they have in store for us this January…

Samsung are kicking 2021 off in the right way and have announced that their much anticipated Galaxy Unpacked Event will take place on 14thJanuary.

Get the date in your calendars, set a reminder in your phone because we’ve got a feeling that this one will be out of this world.

Their last Unpacked for Every Fan event gave us the stunning Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and we’ve never looked back. Samsung lovers got to choose between a 4G version and a 5G version and many are wondering how Samsung will top this at their next event.

As with any new release rumours have begun to circulate, and everyone is eager to see what Samsung have in store for us. According to TechRadar, Samsung aren’t blessing us with just one device but three!

Everyone seems to have 5G shaped hearts in their eyes and are holding out for something on the faster side of mobile tech. You’ll be able to catch the event at 3pm GMT on the day and we’ll update this article with a direct stream link, a little closer to the time.

Rumours, leaks, and everything else in between.

Samsung haven’t let the cat out of the bag and are watching us all squirm as we wait for the big day. Despite nothing being confirmed, the people on the internet simply can’t help themselves and have been gossiping since last year.

We’ve looked at every rumour, thought and feeling that’s been circulating on social media and the web. What we can say with confidence is that if any of these are true, we’re all in for something good.

The three phones that TechRadar have been discussing are the Galaxy S21, 21 Plus, S21 Ultra. They’ve stated that they think the newbies will offer refreshes of our favourite trio: the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra.

The Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra.
Will the new addition top the Galaxy S20 trio? 

There was some speculation about the name of the new phones with many people pointing out the fact that the Galaxy S20 was expected to be called the Galaxy S11.

This has led people to question whether we’ll actually see the Galaxy S30. Reputable leaker @UniverseIce has called it the S21 – so we’re going to trust them for the time being…

TechRadar’s troops have been following everything S21 for a while now and have pieced together all the bits and bobs that they’ve discovered. According to them, the three phones released will follow these sizes: 6.2-inch, 6.7-inch, and 6.9-inch.

The rumoured Galaxy S20 display. (Photo credit: Voice)

If this is true, they’ll have one upped the latest iPhone 12 Pro Max which boasts a 6.7-inch display. That’s not the only big news, TechRadar have stated that they’re expecting all three to have 120Hz adaptive displays with a smaller bottom bezel.

It’s not all about looks though people, we care about what’s on the inside too! According to TechRadar, all signs naturally point to the Exynos 2100 chipset and at least 8GB of RAM – great news for the gaming world.

TechRadar don’t have many beans to spill for the photographers of the world and we’re afraid you’ll have to wait until the event to get the full scoop.

What they have said is that we can expect to see triple-cameras on the S21 and S21 Plus, with each lens appearing in a flatter module. No specifics on the S21 Ultra as of yet!

Did you say stylish or stylus? TechRadar have brought to light the fact that the S21 may actually include an S Pen. It has previously been exclusive to the Galaxy Note series but if there’s any basis to these rumours, working from home, in this pandemic, is about to get a whole lot easier.

Someone holding the Samsung Galaxy Note20 and using the S Pen.
Will the new addition see the handy S Pen?

The countdown is on.

Samsung, as always, are feeding on our anticipation and eagerness. They’ve confirmed nothing, which only makes the wait more exciting. After the event we will update you all with the full details so you can be the first to get your hands on the new additions.

If you can’t wait this long, you can browse our selection of Samsung phones that are available right now.