Samsung launches special edition Galaxy S21 to celebrate the Olympics

Tram Ho

Samsung has been the main sponsor of the Olympics since 1998 and has signed an official contract with the International Olympic Committee for long-term sponsorship until 2028. Each year, the company usually releases a special edition of its flagship models. with a theme related to the Olympics and this year is no exception.

Recently, the Korean manufacturer has just launched the Olympic version for the Galaxy S21 5G. The phone comes in a new color called Phantom Blue, which looks quite similar to dark purple and is sold exclusively by carrier Docomo. On the back, the device has the Olympic logo with 5 circles (no year printed) and the carrier’s logo.

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Galaxy S21 5G Olympic Edition comes with a specially designed carrying case, as well as a customizable Olympic theme interface – including wallpapers, lock screens, app icons, and on/off display effects machine.

Currently, users can pre-order the Olympic version of the Galaxy S21 5G right on Docomo’s website, which is expected to ship in early June. Most likely, Samsung will give away this special version for free to all phones. Olympic athletes, just like the company has done before.

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Apart from the design differences, the Galaxy S21 5G Olympic Edition still has the same specifications as the standard version. The device is equipped with a 6.2-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass Victus.

Inside, this phone brings hardware power from Snapdragon 888 processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB / 256GB internal memory. It has a 12MP (main) + 64MP (telephoto) + 12MP (wide-angle) camera cluster on the back, as well as a 10MP selfie camera on the front. The device comes with a 4000mAh battery, supports 25W fast charging and comes pre-installed with One UI 3.1 interface based on Android 11 operating system when sold.

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Source : Genk