Samsung officially announced that it will release the Galaxy S21 Olympic version in conjunction with Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo to celebrate the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, and the company today released the appearance of the device. The upcoming special edition smartphone is expected to have features such as 8GB of memory, 256GB of storage, Snapdragon 888 chipset, and more.
According to the source, Samsung introduced a customized version of the S20 Olympics for the Tokyo Olympics last year, but the customized version of the S20 Olympics had to be cut off due to well-known reasons-the Tokyo Olympics was postponed.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Olympics edition is said to have two new vitality colors: Ocean Blue and Galaxy Gold and a real machine picture. The price is not announced yet.
Samsung Galaxy S21 (Ocean Blue)
Samsung Galaxy S21 (Galaxy Gold)
The Olympic version of the Samsung Galaxy S21 is most notable for its design. The key color of the device is “ocean blue,” the camera is gold, and the back is printed with the Galaxy, the Olympic rings badge, and the emblem of Japanese telecom operator NTT DoCoMo. The Tokyo Olympic Games are currently set to take place from July 23 to August 8. For full specification of the Samsung Galaxy S21 click here.