Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Revealed | The Biggest and Baddest Samsung has to offer | All you Need to Know

Several brands have been launching several products in CES 2021, and Samsung was no exception. Samsung released the S21, S21+, S21 Ultra, Galaxy Buds Pro, and Samsung Tags in its Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event.

To know more about the event check out Samsung Galaxy S21 Event Summary

The Samsung S21 Ultra is a refined S20 Ultra with an innovative design. Here are the S21 Ultra detailed specs and features:

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Design

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Design

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has gotten a significant upgrade in design. The new Samsung Galaxy has a unique design with a camera bump fused with the metal frame and a matte glass back. The S21 Ultra is now S-Pen compatible which is now available to buy separately. The S21 is now available with Phantom Black, Phantom Navy, Phantom Silver, Phantom Titanium and Phantom Brown.

Display

The Samsung Galaxy S21 is a big phone boasting a 6.8-inch 1440p and 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED display with an adaptive refresh rate that can change from 10 and 120 Hz depending on the situation. Unlike the S20 Ultra, you can know use 1440p as well 120 Hz simultaneously. Moreover, the display is now 25% brighter peaking at 1600 nits.

Performance

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra specs, performance

In terms of performance, the S21 Ultra is has gotten a major upgrade, especially for those who used to get the Exynos version of the Samsung Flagships. The Samsung Galaxy S21 will be available with the all-new 5nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G in the US, Canada, etc. The rest of the regions will be getting the 5nm Exynos 2100 which is supposed to be at par if not better than the Snapdragon 888 5G.

The S21 Ultra will be available in three variants with 12GB RAM 128GB storage, 12GB RAM 256GB Storage and 16GB RAM 512GB storage.

Camera

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Camera
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The camera is the primary focus of the S21 Ultra, and it doesn’t disappoint in that regard. The S21 Ultra packs a 108 MP primary camera with f 1.8 and OIS, a 12 MP ultrawide with 120 degrees FoV, separate 3X telephoto, and 10X periscope lens accompanied with laser autofocus.

Towards is a 40 MP front camera with f2.2 for detailed selfies.

Battery

On the battery front, the S21 Ultra packs a 5000 mAh battery which should last quite a while especially due to the adaptive refresh rate which saves quite a bit of battery life. The S21 Ultra supports 25W fast charging and 15W fast wireless charging to quickly top-up the phone whenever you need it.

But unfortunately, the phone doesn’t come with the charger and earbuds any more.

Software

Samsung Galaxy S21 software ONE UI 3.0

The S21 Ultra comes with the latest ONE UI 3.0 based on Android 11. ONE UI 3.0 customizes user experience all the more with dark modes, lots of widgets in the lock screen, dynamic screen savers changing every time you unlock the phone, customizable call screens and piling up messages from a different location in a single notification. There are a lot more with enhances user habit analyzation and simple and easy navigation.

Price and Availability

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will be available from the 29th of January starting at $1,199 (approx ₹87,000), but the exact Indian pricing will be updated shortly.

Stay tuned at Tech2Stop for more such updates.

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