- Samsung has opened up pre-order reservations for the Galaxy S21 series in the US.
- The pre-order offer is valid until January 28, 2021.
- Samsung is offering instant credits of up to $60 to those who register as well as up to $700 in trade-in credits.
Samsung has opened up pre-order reservations for the next Galaxy flagships aka the Galaxy S21 series in the US.
First spotted by XDA Developers in the Samsung Shop app, the reservations for the upcoming phones can also be made through this link on Samsung’s website.
“Get ready to jump to the next galaxy,” reads Samsung’s promotional webpage for Galaxy S21 reservations. Those who sign-up for the pre-order notifications via the website will get $50 in instant credits towards buying accessories for the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, of S21 Ultra.
An extra $10 instant credit will be given to those who complete their pre-order using the Samsung Shop app.
You’ll need to share details such as your name, email ID, phone number, and ZIP code to reserve your Galaxy S21 pre-orders. You can also select your preferred carrier or choose to get pre-order notifications for unlocked models.
Samsung has included a trade-in option that can fetch you an instant credit of up to $700 if you exchange your old phone for one of the new flagships. For instance, if you want to trade in any of your Galaxy S20 or Note 20 models, you’ll get the full $700 instant credit provided your device meets Samsung’s trade-in criteria.
As per Samsung’s website, the pre-orders for the Galaxy S21 phones will last till January 28, 2021. However, the reservation credit offers are only valid for customers who reserve their pre-orders till January 13, 11:59 PM ET and complete their pre-orders between January 14, 2021 and January 28, 2021. This sort of confirms that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S21 series on January 14 as expected. It also means that you can expect the phones to start shipping only by the end of January.
You can read all that we know about the Samsung Galaxy S21 series here. Some fresh details about the specs of the Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus also leaked recently. You can read those here.