We all know that Samsung’s next flagship phone, the Galaxy S21 is around the corner given the raft of leaks that had surfaced in the past few months. Now, we have a possible release date and time on our hands, that is 3:00 PM GMT on January 14.

In addition to the release date, a rather sketchy GIF clip of the Unpacked event invitation has also been leaked and what it shows could be anyone’s guess.

In our opinion, the clip is showing off 3D capturing capabilities of the camera which could pack a LiDAR like the iPhone 12, or something similar.

Earlier leaks have already shown off complete redesign of the camera module on the S21 compared to the S20, and is expected to pack a bunch of new features, and possibly best the camera on the Note 20 too. The interesting bit of this new module is how it’s a part of the metal chassis now.

Fans can expect to see the S21 in three variants; a standard S21, the S21+, and the S21 Ultra which will pack the biggest screen of the lot at 6.8-inches, and of course, the largest battery and some extra camera sensors.

As with all things Samsung, and Apple setting the trend, the Galaxy S21 lineup will ship without any wall charger in the box. Of course Samsung is yet to formally announce the phone, but in the US, pre-orders are already open.

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