Today is the big day. With the iPhone 13, Apple will present this year's smartphone series, which consists of four models. If the information that has now emerged is confirmed, then Samsung has a real problem. Apple is increasing the storage space on the iPhone 13.
Samsung has a problem: iPhone 13 is getting at least 128GB of storage
Samsung, but also other manufacturers of Android smartphones, are facing a problem. Namely when Apple doubles the storage space in the iPhone 13. So far it has been the case that Apple still installed 64 GB of internal storage in some models such as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. With the iPhone 13 this should be the end of it. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini will then receive 128 GB of internal storage - presumably at no extra charge . There should also be a version with 1 TB. Samsung no longer offers that either.
For Samsung, the basic version of multiple memory has always been a strong selling point. If Apple follows suit now, you will no longer have it. And it is not only with the internal memory that things are getting really tight for the South Korean manufacturer. For Samsung, the 120 Hz display has always been an important selling point for its high-end smartphones. Apple will probably adopt this feature in the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. So what is left then? Not much, if you are honest, especially since Samsung is also saving on quality with the Galaxy S21 . The S21 and S21 Plus have a plastic back.
The current Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphones in the video :
Apple expects the iPhone 13 to be a huge success
So it's no wonder that Apple assumes that the four different versions of the iPhone 13 will sell like sliced bread . Slightly revised design, better camera, more performance and storage at a presumably unchanged price. Samsung is countering this with its folding cell phones. There is no longer a Note series with high-end equipment.
The iPhone 13 will be officially presented today at 7 p.m. German time. You can follow the spectacle in the live stream or read all the performances at xiaomist Apple.