Samsung has officially released its new flagship Galaxy S21 series, the earliest S series flagship in recent years. There are Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 Ultra, which support the S Pen for the first time and significantly upgrade the camera.
The Galaxy S21 has a 6.2-inch 2400×1080 screen, the Galaxy S21 Plus has a 6.7-inch 2400×1080 screen, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra has a 6.8-inch curved screen with a 3200×1440 resolution.
All three Galaxy S21 models support 120Hz high brush, HDR10+, etc., and it can automatically adjust the refresh rate between 48 and 120Hz.
In terms of processors, the three Galaxy S21 series are still dual-processor options, equipped with Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 processors, both of which are 5nm technology, each of which has 1 X1 super-large core, integrated with 5G, etc., and the performance level is quite similar.
In terms of batteries, Galaxy S21 has a 4000mAh battery with a 25W quick charge, the Galaxy S21 Plus has a 4800mAh battery with a 25W quick charge, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra has a 5000mAh battery with a 45W quick charge. All three have 15W wireless quick charge.
Samsung has also stopped giving away headphones and chargers, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens in China.
For photography, the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus have 10-megapixel cameras on the front, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra has a 40-megapixel camera. All three support 4K video.
On the rear side, Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus are rear tri-camera, consisting of 12 megapixel main camera, 12 megapixel ultra-wide Angle lens and 64 megapixel telephoto lens. They support 3x hybrid light change, support OIS stabilization, support 8K video, and up to 30x zoom.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra has four shots, 12 megapixel wide, and two zoom lenses, one 10 megapixel 3x and one 10 megapixel 10x, in addition to the 100 megapixel main shot. Both lenses support OIS optical stabilization, and a laser-assisted focus sensor.
Thanks to this powerful camera combination, the Galaxy S21 Ultra supports up to 100x zoom, as well as 8K video and other gameplay.
In addition, a new feature of the Galaxy S21 Ultra is the S Pen support for the first time, a feature that was the hallmark of the Note and is now added to the S Pen.