Samsung Galaxy S21 will be shipped to early users in some markets

The Samsung Galaxy S21 will be released in Indonesia, with a new dedicated registration page giving customers the chance to win the upcoming premium tier flagship phone.

Samsung Galaxy S21 + 5G rendered by Letsgodigital

Recently, Samsung Indonesia announced via Twitter that “Something Epic is coming”. Although the company did not openly state that it would be giving away the Galaxy S21, a video in the same tweet referred to “The Next Galaxy”. In other words, this more or less confirms the South Korean tech giant’s plans with the newly released registration page. This promotional move by the company offers its Indonesian customers the chance to win a free Galaxy S21, while also sharing exclusive updates and other promotional offers, as per SamMobile relationship.

At present, it is unknown how exactly the company will announce its winners or how they would be chosen. Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S21 series on January 14, 2020. This launch comes a little before its usual release cycle and in some markets like India, the company is already accepting pre-orders for a fee of INR 2,000 (around 27 US Dollars).

However, pre-orders are not available everywhere, nor is the registration page active globally. Additionally, the company is expected to soon begin rolling out such registration pages in other regions as well, giving many early adopters the chance to win various prizes. So stay tuned for more information, as we will provide further updates when more information becomes available.