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Galaxy S21 will be given away to early adopters in some markets

Samsung customers and prospective Galaxy S21 buyers in Indonesia have a chance to win the next flagship phone by showing their interest for the upcoming flagship lineup through a new dedicated registration page.

Samsung Indonesia revealed in a recent tweet that Something EPIC is on its way without outright spelling the Galaxy S21 moniker. The attached video does refer to The Next Galaxy so there’s no question of what the registration page is all about. It’s for the upcoming Galaxy S21 series and Indonesian customers can now sign up to receive exclusive updates, promotions, offers, and a chance to win a free Galaxy S21.

Expect more Galaxy S21 promotions to pop up in other regions

The company hasn’t revealed when the winners will be announced or how they’ll be picked, but if you already plan on buying the Galaxy S21 then registering early on will only increase your chances of getting a better bang for your buck.

Samsung should unveil the Galaxy S21 lineup on January 14. The company is launching the series earlier than usual and, in some markets like India, Samsung is already accepting pre-orders in exchange for an INR 2,000 ($27) fee.

The series isn’t available for pre-order everywhere and even registration pages haven’t went live globally. However, Samsung will likely start launching registration pages for more regions soon and more early adopters should get a chance to win various prizes. We’ll keep up to speed as soon as Samsung sheds more light on its global launch plans.

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  • Display: 6.2 inch / 157.48 mm Dynamic AMOLED 2X
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  • Camera: 12MP

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