Multiple reports suggest that Samsung will launch the new Galaxy S21 in January instead of February as usual. Reuters offers an explanation for the early launch – to capitalize on Huawei’s woes and grab some market share. Insiders claim that the S21 series will hit stores by the end of January instead of in early March.

One source says that Huawei’s stockpiles of components will be running out sometime early next year, which will leave the company vulnerable. Rivals Xiaomi and Oppo are also looking to gobble up some of its market share too.

The early arrival of the Galaxy S21 flagships…

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