- 1 Galaxy S22 vs. Galaxy S21: Rumored differences between Samsung’s flagships
- 2 Cost: Galaxy S22 and S21 should have a similar price
- 3 Galaxy S21 US Pricing
- 4 Design: Galaxy S22 will be thinner than the S21, with a smaller display
- 5 Colors: The Galaxy S22 could come in new colors that the S21 didn’t offer
- 6 Camera: Galaxy S22 will get the camera upgrades the S21 missed
- 7 Processor: Will the Galaxy S22 come with a Snapdragon 895 chip?
- 8 Charging: The Galaxy S22 could support 65W charging, offering faster power up times than the S21
- 9 What’s in the box: Still no charger included with the S22 or S21
- 10 Rumored Samsung Galaxy S22 vs. Galaxy S21 Specs
- 11 Samsung’s Galaxy S21 is official: Release date, price, features, specs and everything else you need to know
- 12 Galaxy S21: How many models, and what are they called?
- 13 Samsung Galaxy S21: Release date
- 14 Samsung Galaxy S21: Pricing
- 15 Galaxy S21: Design
- 16 Galaxy S21: What about new features?
- 17 Galaxy S21: Specifications
- 18 Samsung Galaxy S21: Everything you need to know
- 19 Release date and price
- 20 Design
- 21 Display
- 22 Hardware and specs
- 23 Cameras
- 24 Samsung Galaxy S21 rumours: Everything that happened prior to launch
- 24.1 12 January 2021: Samsung officially announces Exynos 2100
- 24.2 11 January 2021: Samsung Galaxy S21 series revealed in all their beautiful glory
- 24.3 6 January 2021: Samsung Galaxy S21 series camera specs leak – here’s what to expect
- 24.4 4 January 2021: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked confirmed to take place on 14 January
- 24.5 31 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event leaks
- 24.6 21 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21+ hands-on appears
- 24.7 18 December 2020: Early hands-on video with Galaxy S21+ prototype
- 24.8 18 December 2020: Samsung confirms new Exynos on 12 January
- 24.9 18 December 2020: Prices for the Galaxy S21 models leak
- 24.10 18 December 2020: All colours for the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ appear
- 24.11 17 December 2020: More press renders of Galaxy S21 and S21+ appear
- 24.12 16 December 2020: New Samsung Galaxy S21 leaks reveal first press image, Ultra specs, and storage variants
- 24.13 14 December 2020: Latest Samsung Galaxy S21 video leak shows just how good the phone looks
- 24.14 9 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 passes through FCC, Snapdragon 888 in tow
- 24.15 8 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 teaser leaks include close-ups of cameras, violet colour
- 24.16 8 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 may not come with a charger or earbuds after all
- 24.17 7 December 2020: Side-by-side image of real life S21 Ultra and S21 appears online
- 24.18 7 December 2020: Fresh Samsung Galaxy S21 renders and specs dump reveals everything about Samsung’s future phones
- 24.19 2 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 renders appear online, along with alleged pricing
- 24.20 16 November 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 875 appears on benchmark
- 24.21 16 November 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 series features revealed in huge spec leak
- 24.22 5 November 2020: Galaxy S21 colours leak
- 24.23 4 November 2020: Is Samsung going break with tradition to launch the Samsung Galaxy S21 in January?
- 24.24 27 October 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could come without charger and headphones
- 24.25 23 October 2020: Colours of Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ revealed
- 24.26 19 October 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could arrive early and here it is.
- 24.27 16 October 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 will reportedly come with 25W fast charger in the box
- 24.28 8 October 2020: Tipster indicates Samsung will introduce Galaxy S21 chipset soon
- 24.29 20 August 2020: S21/S30+ battery might get a bump in capacity
- 24.30 27 July 2020: Details leak about Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 875
- 24.31 25 July 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 might use 5nm Exynos 991 or 992
- 24.32 24 July 2020: Samsung making three Galaxy 21 models
- 24.33 7 May 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could have selfie camera with OIS
- 24.34 9 April 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could have under-screen camera
- 24.35 16 March 2020: Samsung developing 150MP sensor
- 25 Samsung unveils its new high-end 5G Android phones in answer to iPhone 12
- 26 Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds and a smart tracker
- 27 Samsung Galaxy S21 & S21+ 5G
- 28 Badge of honor
- 29 Samsung Galaxy S21 release date, price, features and news
- 30 Galaxy S21 Price and Release Date
- 31 Galaxy S21 Design
- 32 Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, S21 Ultra SpecsHardware
- 33 Galaxy S21, S21+ Camera
Galaxy S22 vs. Galaxy S21: Rumored differences between Samsung’s flagships
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected to have a few capabilities that are currently unavailable on the Galaxy S21 (seen above). CNET photo by Sarah Tew After a strong all-around performance when it was debuted earlier this year, Samsung’s Galaxy S21 piqued our interest. But how will it do against the Samsung Galaxy S22? Despite the fact that we haven’t received any official news on the next Samsung phone, speculations suggest that the Galaxy S22 series will have camera, processor, and battery advancements, all for a price that is comparable to the Galaxy S21.
According to previous speculations fromPulse New Korea, the new phone range might be available as early as January.
This was a departure from the phone manufacturer’s typical release schedule for the Galaxy S Series, which is generally announced in February each year.
Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series includes three devices: the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra.
- (See CNET’sGalaxy S21 review andGalaxy S21 Ultra review for more information.) If leaked information on the phone’s screen sizes is to be believed, the Galaxy S22 series will be a three-phone lineup, with a normal, Plus, and Ultra model for each of the three sizes.
- Please keep in mind that Samsung has not verified any of the Galaxy S22 specifications.
- If you’re interested in how the Galaxy S21 compares to previous Galaxy S series smartphones, here’s how the Galaxy S21 compares to the Galaxy S20 and the top Android phones available in 2021.
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Cost: Galaxy S22 and S21 should have a similar price
The price of the next Galaxy S22 series has yet to be confirmed by reliable sources, but we expect Samsung to maintain pricing that is similar to last year’s flagship. The South Korean electronics giant reduced the price of its Galaxy S21 device by $200 when compared to the previous year’s flagship, the Galaxy S20, and we’d be astonished if the company decided to raise the price significantly this year. The Samsung Galaxy S21 is available for purchase for $799 to $1,379, depending on the variant.
Galaxy S21 US Pricing
|Galaxy S21 Plus||$999||$1,049||N/A|
|Galaxy S21 Ultra||$1,199||$1,249||$1,379|
Design: Galaxy S22 will be thinner than the S21, with a smaller display
As reported by Mauri QHD, the Galaxy S22 lineup is expected to be somewhat smaller and slimmer than the Galaxy S21 lineup. The Galaxy S22 is expected to be available in three different screen sizes: 6.06 inches, 6.55 inches, and 6.81 inches. In contrast, the basic Galaxy S21 measures 6.2 inches in diagonal length, the S21 Plus measures 6.7 inches in diagonal length, and the S21 Ultra measures 6.8 inches in diagonal length. Additionally, according to Mauri QHD, the Galaxy S22’s slimmer form may result in a reduced battery capacity.
According to Samsung’s history of phone models, the expected shrinking of the Galaxy S22 is out of the ordinary for the company.
We don’t yet know what each Galaxy S22 model will look like, but renderings from blogLetsGoDigital and digital artist Giuseppe Spinelli suggest that Samsung’s new phone will have a design that is similar to the Galaxy S21 lineup, with a metal camera block on the top left corner and a punch-hole camera in the top center of the display, as shown in the images below.
The renders were created by LetsGoDigital and Super Roader, a former South Korean Samsung employee, who worked together on the project.
According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S22 will sport a metal camera block as well as a punch-hole camera. LetsGoDigital and Giuseppe Spinelli are two of the most innovative companies in the world.
Colors: The Galaxy S22 could come in new colors that the S21 didn’t offer
The Galaxy S21 was available in a total of six colors. This contained the colors black, silver, gray, and white, as well as a purple and pink that looked like chrome. Samsung’s Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus smartphones might be available in four different colors, according to a report from the Dutch site Galaxy Club. These hues are said to be white, black, rose gold, and green. According to reports, the new green color choice is comparable to the Phantom Green found on the Galaxy Z Fold 3. According to the blog, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will be available in three colors: white, black, and a new dark red.
The blog hypothesized that during Samsung’s Unpackedevent in August 2021, the firm may have hinted to the possibility of additional colors for the Galaxy S8.
At that point, the words “SS22 colors” are printed on the foldable phone, which is a Samsung device.
However, we won’t know for sure until the Galaxy S22 makes its official appearance whether or not we’ll see these additional color options.
Camera: Galaxy S22 will get the camera upgrades the S21 missed
After keeping the camera choices on the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 essentially the same, Samsung may decide to update the camera options on the Galaxy S22, according to reports. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to include a primary camera with a resolution of 200 megapixels. It is possible that the rumours are correct, and that this will be the greatest pixel count available on any Samsung phone. In comparison, the Galaxy S21 Ultra boasts a wide-angle camera with a resolution of 108 megapixels.
It is possible that the improvement will be brought about through a prospective agreement with Olympus.
The reported 200-megapixel primary camera from Samsung would greatly surpass the main snapper on Apple’s iPhone 12 (at least according to the specifications sheet), which has a 12-megapixel wide and ultrawide camera as well as a 12-megapixel depth sensor.
More information may be found at:Best camera phones for 2021.
Some believe that Samsung has filed a patent for a punch hole camera with a sub-display that slides out of the way when the camera is needed, while others believe that the concealed front camera will not be included in the next Galaxy S22 because the camera quality isn’t good enough for the device.
In comparison, the standard and plus variants of both the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 have a 12-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 64-megapixel telephoto camera.
More information may be found at: Tricks with the Galaxy S21 Ultra camera According to this depiction, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra might be equipped with a 200-megapixel camera. It is a Technizo Concept / LetsGoDigital collaboration.
Processor: Will the Galaxy S22 come with a Snapdragon 895 chip?
It’s possible that the Galaxy S22 may get a speed increase. Leaker It has been speculated that the next flagship phone would be fitted with an upgraded Qualcomm chip, the Snapdragon 895, according to Ice Universe. The Galaxy S21, on the other hand, is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor. Following Qualcomm’s announcement of the Snapdragon 888 Plus in January, this rumor has surfaced. Ice Universe also speculates that Samsung may be the business responsible for the development of the next smartphone chip.
As a consequence of a relationship between Samsung and AMD, the Galaxy S22 may launch with an AMD graphics processing unit (GPU).
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Charging: The Galaxy S22 could support 65W charging, offering faster power up times than the S21
According to leaked FrontTron information, Samsung may be updating the Galaxy S22 range to include 65-watt charging capabilities. The source stated on Twitter that Rainbow RGB, a speculated codename for the S22 series, is now in the testing phase and would enable 65-watt charging capability. If the rumor turns out to be true, the Galaxy S22 would have much quicker charging speeds than the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy Note 20 lineups, which both have 25-watt charging. According to LeakerIce Universe, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will also include 45-watt fast charging capability as an option.
What’s in the box: Still no charger included with the S22 or S21
Despite the fact that the battery life of the next Galaxy S22 line is unknown, Samsung stated earlier this year that, beginning with the Galaxy S21 line, future smartphones will not come with chargers or headphones. Check out how the Galaxy S21 compares to the iPhone 12 and how to pick the best Galaxy S21 model for you for additional information and inspiration.
Rumored Samsung Galaxy S22 vs. Galaxy S21 Specs
|Galaxy S22||Galaxy S21|
|Display size||6.06, 6.55 and 6.81 inch options||6.2, 6.7 and 6.8 inch options|
|Processor||Snapdragon 895||Snapdragon 888 or 64-bit octa-core processor|
|Cameras||50MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide and a 12MP telephoto||12MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide and a 64MP telephoto|
|Battery||Unknown||4,000 to 4,500 mAh|
|Starting price (US)||$799||$799|
|Starting price (GBP)||£769||£769|
|Starting price (AUD)||$1,249||$1,249|
Samsung’s Galaxy S21 is official: Release date, price, features, specs and everything else you need to know
Samsung conducted its first event of the year 2021 on Thursday. The event, which was aired live on various platforms, including Twitch and TikTok, saw Samsung announce a trio of new Galaxy S-series smartphones, the first of which was the Galaxy S7. Other new products from Samsung include wireless earphones dubbed Galaxy Buds Pro and little trackers called Samsung SmartTag that can be attached to various objects. In contrast to Samsung’s previous smartphone introductions, the whole S21 family is capable of connecting to both Sub-6 and mmWave 5G networks.
The S21 Plus is also the first Samsung phone to include a fingerprint scanner.
This is in spite of the fact that the firm was criticising Apple only a few short months earlier for doing the same thing with the iPhone 12.
More information about Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series can be found here, and we’ve compiled all of the information we could uncover to make it easier for you to understand it all below.
Galaxy S21: How many models, and what are they called?
- There are three variants in all, and Samsung is sticking with the same naming structure as its previous phones.
The Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra are the three new Galaxy S21 smartphones introduced by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy S21: Release date
- Preorders will be available starting today, January 14, at 11 a.m. ET
- Sales will be delivered on January 29.
Preorders will be accepted starting on Thursday, January 14, through Samsung and its carrier and retail partners. In exchange for preordering, you’ll receive a free Samsung SmartTag along with up to $200 in Samsung shop credits, depending on the model you choose. Image courtesy of Samsung
Samsung Galaxy S21: Pricing
- Compared to the Galaxy S20 range, the prices are cheaper. Each model is available in a variety of variations.
Here is a breakdown of price by model:
|Galaxy S21 Plus||$999||$1,049||N/A|
|Galaxy S21 Ultra||$1,199||$1,249||1399|
Regardless of the amount of storage available, the S21 and S21 Plus both come with 8GB of RAM. There are two variants of the S20 Ultra available: one with 128GB or 256GB of storage capacity, and another with 512GB of storage capacity and 16GB of memory.
Place your pre-order or buy now:
- Galaxy S21 5G- Samsung.com
- Galaxy S21 Plus 5G- Samsung.com
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus Ultra 5G- Samsung.com
- Samsung S-Pen for Galaxy S21 series- Samsung.com
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G S-View Cover with S-Pen- Samsung.com
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G Silicone Cover with S-Pen- Samsung.com
- Samsung Galaxy SmartTag- Samsung.com
- Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro- Samsung.com
- Samsung Galaxy S21
Galaxy S21: Design
- A new camera array has been installed on the back of the phone. The S21 and S21 Plus have flat screens, as do the S21 and S21. The S21 Ultra maintains its edge-to-edge display.
Featuring a new, more refined appearance with a metal frame and an entirely reworked camera array on the back of each phone, all three S21 variants are available now. There are various other color options available, but as is generally the case with Samsung phones, your choices will be determined by whatever model you choose. If you purchase the Galaxy S21, you may choose from a variety of colors, including phantom violet, phantom gray, phantom pink, and phantom white. Phantasm gray is the only color option available for the 256GB model.
Phantasm black is the only color option available for the 256GB model.
Phantom black will be the only color available for the 256GB and 512GB versions.
Galaxy S21: What about new features?
- The 100x Space Zoom is believed to be superior
- UWB may be used to locate misplaced objects. eventually
- Support for the S Pen has been added to the Ultra.
In addition to the ability to capture 8K video across all three models, there are numerous new camera capabilities to help you create better movies. These include multiple microphone recording to help you improve your recordings. The Ultra is equipped with two telephoto lenses, which, according to Samsung, will increase the overall quality of the photographs taken with the 100x Space Zoom. Instead of launching a phone with ultra wideband connectivity without any accessories that support it, Samsung announced SmartTag, which works in the same way as a Tile-like tracker and can be used to track down your lost keys or lost pet, just like the Note 20 Ultra did with ultra wideband connectivity.
- Instead, Samsung is releasing a Bluetooth Low Energy version initially, which will be available for $30, and will follow up with a UWB version later on.
- However, the Ultra is not the first Samsung product to be compatible with the famous stylus, which was initially introduced with the Note series in 2010.
- As a matter of fact, the S Pen from a Galaxy Tab or Note may be used with the S21 Ultra.
- Purchase it separately for $40, or purchase it in a package with a case that contains the S Pen for $70 to get it.
Yes, that is correct; the Ultra does not have a place to retain the S Pen, which means you will very certainly wind up purchasing a case if you intend to use the S Pen in any capacity. Image courtesy of Samsung
Galaxy S21: Specifications
Here’s a rundown of the features and specifications you can anticipate from each model. It should be noted that Samsung did not publish some data for all models, such as the Bluetooth or Wi-Fi version. I’ll fill in the blanks as soon as I obtain additional information.
|Galaxy S21||Galaxy S21 Plus||Galaxy S21 Ultra|
|Operating System||Android 11||Android 11||Android 11|
|Display||6.2-inch flat FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2x with adaptive 120Hz refresh rate||6.7-inch flat FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2x with adaptive 120Hz refresh rate||6.8-inch Edge WQHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2x with adaptive 120Hz refresh rate|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 888||Qualcomm Snapdragon 888||Qualcomm Snapdragon 888|
|Storage||128GB, 256GB||128GB, 256GB||128GB, 256GB, 512GB|
|Rear Cameras||12-megapixel ultrawide, 12-megapixel wide-angle, 64-megapixel telephoto, 30x Space Zoom||12-megapixel ultrawide, 12-megapixel wide-angle, 64-megapixel telephoto, 30x Space Zoom||12-megapixel ultrawide, 108-megapixel wide-angle, 10-megapixel telephoto, 10-megapixel telephoto, 100x Space Zoom|
|Front Camera||10-megapixel, f/2.2||10-megapixel, f/2.2||40-megapixel, f/2.2|
|5G Support||Sub-6, mmWave||Sub-6, mmWave||Sub-6, mmWave|
|Charging||Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, USB PD 3.0, Wireless PowerShare||Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, USB PD 3.0, Wireless PowerShare||Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, USB PD 3.0, Wireless PowerShare|
|Connectivity||NFC||NFC, UWB||NFC, UWB, Wi-Fi 6E|
|S Pen Support||No||No||Yes|
|Dimensions||71.2 x 151.7 x 7.9 mm, 171g||75.6 x 161.5 x 7.8 mm, 202g||75.6 x 165.1 x 8.9 mm, 229g|
Samsung Galaxy S21: Everything you need to know
(Pocket-lint) – a piece of lint found in a pocket. Samsung has officially introduced the new Galaxy S21 series, which will serve as the company’s flagship in 2021. A total of three phones are included in the new line-up: the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, all of which are from Samsung. Here’s all you need to know about the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+, the first two of those smartphones on the list. The Galaxy S21 Ultra has been covered in more detail in a separate piece.
Release date and price
- Launch on the 14th of January
- Available from the 29th of January
- Galaxy S21 prices start at £769/€849, while Galaxy S21+ prices start at £949/€1049.
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- S20 measures 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm and weighs 172g
- S21+ measures 161.55 x 75.6 x 7.86mm and weighs 202g
- All are waterproof to IP68 standards.
For the Galaxy S21 variants, there are a few of significant design modifications. The most noticeable difference is the switch from curved edges to the display on prior Galaxy S models to a flat display on this phone, which gives the front of the phone a significantly different appearance. Around the rear of the phone, you’ll see that the camera housing has been merged into the frame, making it more of a feature on the back of the smartphone. Aside from that, the design is mostly same with previous Galaxy S phones, featuring waterproofing to safeguard the devices to an IP68 degree of protection.
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- Display sizes are as follows: S21: 6.2in FHD+
- S21+: 6.7in FHD+
- Adaptive refresh rates of 48-120Hz
- Compatibility for HDR10+
We’ve already mentioned that the display on these devices will be flat, as opposed to the Ultra, which will keep the curves around the borders. There is also a change in resolution, with both devices now sporting a Full HD+ resolution. That also represents a shift in strategy for Samsung, which previously included a Quad HD+ display in all of its flagship products. The smaller display on the S21 will likely not notice much of a change, while the bigger display on the S21+ will not be able to create as much fine detail.
That these displays will now offer adaptive refresh rates, with a range of 48-120Hz being accessible, is critical to understanding how they work.
Because this is an AMOLED display, we can anticipate the same brilliant and vibrant performance that we’ve come to expect from Samsung in the past. Samsung
Hardware and specs
- 5G is powered by the Exynos 2100 or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. 8GB of RAM
- Storage choices of 128GB or 256GB
- The S21 has a 4000mAh battery, whereas the S21 Plus has a 4800mAh battery.
In certain places, the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ will be powered by the Exynos 2100, but in others, the recently announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 will power the devices. In 2021, the Exynos 2100 processor from Samsung is predicted to bridge the performance gap with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon technology, so there may be less of a difference between both smartphones in terms of performance. There will be two storage capacities available: 128GB and 256GB, both of which will include 8GB of RAM. It appears as though that will be the only choice available, however there may be regional variations in this case.
- Main camera: 12-megapixels, 1.8-micron pixel size, f/1.8 aperture, optical image stabilization
- Telephoto camera: 64-megapixels, (3x optical zoom, 30x digital zoom). Ultra-wide: 12MP, 1.4mm, f/2.2
- 0.8mm, f/2.0, OIS
It is expected that both the Galaxy S21 and S21+ will be equipped with triple rear cameras consisting of a 12-megapixel primary sensor, an additional 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, and a 64-megapixel telephoto sensor, which will be identical in overall configuration to the Galaxy S20 models. The majority of the modifications will be made in the software, with the inclusion of a Director’s View, a Vlogger View, and the ability to capture 8K stills from 8K footage among other features. On all of the cameras, you’ll be able to film in 4K at 60 frames per second.
Overall, we anticipate that the camera performance of both of these smartphones will be similar – and that it will not be much different from that of the S20.
Samsung Galaxy S21 rumours: Everything that happened prior to launch
Following are all of the rumors and leaks that surfaced before to the official debut of Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series of smartphones:
12 January 2021: Samsung officially announces Exynos 2100
Samsung has officially introduced the Exynos 2100 processor, which will be used to power the Galaxy S21 and S21+ smartphones.
11 January 2021: Samsung Galaxy S21 series revealed in all their beautiful glory
Evan Blass, a serial leaker, exposed all three of the Galaxy S21 variants via the Voice app. All of the photographs are in excellent resolution and are unwatermarked, and they show each gadget in all of the alleged color variations.
6 January 2021: Samsung Galaxy S21 series camera specs leak – here’s what to expect
The photographs are quite informative in terms of camera design and quality, and they corroborate much of what has been stated previously.
4 January 2021: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked confirmed to take place on 14 January
Samsung has revealed the date of its next Galaxy Unpacked event, during which it is likely to introduce the Samsung Galaxy S21 series of smartphones, which will be the company’s flagship devices in 2021. The motto for the event is “making your ordinary life amazing,” and the teaser photos reveal a revolving camera module that is similar to earlier leaks but has been disguised.
31 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event leaks
Ishan Agarwal, who has built a good reputation for discovering and disclosing information ahead of time, announced on Twitter that the next Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on January 14th, 2019.
Best Black Friday phone bargains in 2021 from Samsung, OnePlus, Nokia, and other manufacturers Written by Chris Hall and shared on December 30, 2020 by Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24).
21 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21+ hands-on appears
Known for his proclivity for discovering and sharing things ahead of time, Ishan Agarwal announced via social media that the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on January 14th. Black Friday phone discounts for 2021 from Samsung, OnePlus, Nokia, and more. December 30, 2020 — Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) — ByChris Hall
18 December 2020: Early hands-on video with Galaxy S21+ prototype
Unreleased footage of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ has resurfaced, courtesy of SamMobile, and shows an early glimpse at a pre-production prototype of the device.
18 December 2020: Samsung confirms new Exynos on 12 January
Taking to Twitter, Samsung has confirmed that the next generation of its Exynos processors will be launched on the 12th of this month. Exynos is back Exynos is getting a complete makeover. The date is January 12th, 2021. pic.twitter.com/d85kT9Xvru — Samsung Exynos (@SamsungExynos) on December 18, 2020 —
18 December 2020: Prices for the Galaxy S21 models leak
According to a source on GalaxyClub.nl, a price has been set for Samsung’s next tablet.
18 December 2020: All colours for the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ appear
Thanks to significant leaks from Evan Blass and Roland Quandt, we now have high-resolution pictures of the Galaxy S21, which demonstrate the complete spectrum of colors available for the next phones in the Galaxy S series.
17 December 2020: More press renders of Galaxy S21 and S21+ appear
Following the release of a press render of the Galaxy S21 and S21+, WinFuture has revealed numerous more renderings of the smartphones, which show off both devices from a variety of perspectives.
16 December 2020: New Samsung Galaxy S21 leaks reveal first press image, Ultra specs, and storage variants
A handful of distinct stories provided some further information about the impending S21 series. The S21 is supposed to be depicted in an official press render on the Voice, and WinFuture claims that the S21 and S21+ will be available in 128GB and 256GB capacities, respectively. Evan Blass / Voice
14 December 2020: Latest Samsung Galaxy S21 video leak shows just how good the phone looks
Detailed images of the Samsung Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S21+, including minimal bezels, a flat display with a punch hole front camera, and a matte rear with a triple rear camera, have been posted online, but have since been removed from the site. Samsung
9 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 passes through FCC, Snapdragon 888 in tow
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor under its hood, the Samsung Galaxy S21 was discovered on an FCC listing.
Thanks to Android Police, renders and promotional films of the Galaxy S21 – purportedly created by Samsung – have emerged online, courtesy of the company. Police on Android Devices
8 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 may not come with a charger or earbuds after all
The Brazilian website Tecnoblog discovered a report from Anatel (Brazil’s version of the Federal Communications Commission) that indicates (roughly translated) that “the mobile phone will not be provided with a power source” and that “the cell phone will not be marketed with headphones.”
7 December 2020: Side-by-side image of real life S21 Ultra and S21 appears online
7th of December, 2020, by sakitech (@sakitechonline)
7 December 2020: Fresh Samsung Galaxy S21 renders and specs dump reveals everything about Samsung’s future phones
A new set of renderings, as well as a massive dump of specifications, provide a peek into the next Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ smartphones.
2 December 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 renders appear online, along with alleged pricing
More photos of the Galaxy S21 are appearing on the internet, further solidifying the design.
16 November 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 875 appears on benchmark
According to Sammobile, a Samsung Galaxy S21 equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor emerged on Geekbench with a score that was higher than that of the Galaxy S21 equipped with the Exynos chipset.
16 November 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 series features revealed in huge spec leak
The S21 and S21+, according to a report on Android Police, will include a variety of specs as well as features that are likely to be included.
5 November 2020: Galaxy S21 colours leak
Reliable sources have confirmed that there will be several colors available for the future gadgets. A minor correction/update will be included in the future S21 models. S21+ and 21 Ultra are essentially the same thing. Gray, pink, violet, and white are the colors of S21. In Korea, S21+ is available in black, silver, and violet with pink accents. S21 Ultra comes in two colors: black and silver. The following is from Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) on November 6, 2020:
4 November 2020: Is Samsung going break with tradition to launch the Samsung Galaxy S21 in January?
A leaked report on Twitter by leaker Jon Prosser said that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S21 series of smartphones on January 14, 2021, with pre-orders beginning immediately. He stated that the gadgets would be ready for purchase on January 29th.
27 October 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could come without charger and headphones
According to Sammobile, reports in Korean media say that the Samsung Galaxy S21 would not include a charger or headphones, similar to Apple’s iPhone 12 series.
23 October 2020: Colours of Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ revealed
The colors predicted for the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ were shared by a Twitter user named Ross Young. The color S21 is gray, pink, violet, and white, and it is 100 percent S21. S21+ – Available in Black and Silver S21 Ultra – available in black, silver, and violet. Brazil, Indonesia, Korea, and Vietnam are among the countries that produce. — Ross Young (@DSCCRoss)on October 23, 2020 (through Twitter).
19 October 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could arrive early and here it is.
The Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra are expected to be released in January 2021, rather than the traditional spring release date for the Galaxy S series. And it’s only “early January,” to boot. Furthermore, renderings of the S21 and S21 Ultra have already surfaced on the internet, lending further credence to the notion that the devices will be released sooner rather than later.
16 October 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 will reportedly come with 25W fast charger in the box
According to a source, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will come with a 25W fast charger built in to the package.
8 October 2020: Tipster indicates Samsung will introduce Galaxy S21 chipset soon
According to a tweet from well-known source @MauriQHD, the new Exynos chipset might be unveiled as soon as next week, as first reported by PhoneArena. Samsung’s Exynos 2100 processor is expected to be the Exynos 990’s replacement.
20 August 2020: S21/S30+ battery might get a bump in capacity
A possible increase in battery capacity for the 2020 Samsung Galaxy S21/S30 smartphones as compared to the S20 variants has been suggested.
27 July 2020: Details leak about Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 875
However, Roland Quandt of WinFuture said on Twitter that Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon chipset will be dubbed Snapdragon 875 SoC with the codename SM8350. Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon chipset will not be introduced until the end of 2020. Qualcomm is likely to use a Cortex X1 and Cortex A78 large-core architectural combination in the upcoming mobile device CPU, which will be manufactured on a 5nm technology. It is believed to be used in the Galaxy S21 US versions, at the very least the Ultra variant, according to reports.
25 July 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 might use 5nm Exynos 991 or 992
According to a leaker known as Mauri QHD, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will use the Exynos 991 or 992 processors instead of the AMD graphics processor. The Galaxy S21+ is marked with a question mark, according to the leaker.
24 July 2020: Samsung making three Galaxy 21 models
In a report published by Sammobile, its sources said that Samsung is developing three variants for the Galaxy S21 series, which are expected to be dubbed the Samsung Galaxy S 21, S21+, and S21 Ultra – but the names may change.
The model numbers for the 5G models, according to the site, are SM-G991, SM-G996, and SM-G998, and they are currently in development with storage choices of 128GB and 256GB, respectively.
7 May 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could have selfie camera with OIS
According to Sammobile, Samsung was reportedly testing two Galaxy 21 prototypes: one with a 1/2-inch front sensor, which the company believes will have a 48MP resolution, and the other with a 1/2.55-inch sensor with a 12MP resolution and optical image stabilization (OIS).
9 April 2020: Samsung Galaxy S21 could have under-screen camera
According to leaked information from Ice Universe, Samsung is considering implementing under-screen camera technology on the Galaxy S21 as a first step and is already testing the technology.
16 March 2020: Samsung developing 150MP sensor
According to a story published on Clien, Samsung is creating a 1-inch sensor with a resolution of 150 megapixels that will use the same Nonacell technology as the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. Although the rumor does not specifically state that the sensor will be utilized in the Galaxy S21, it is probable that a variant of it will be. Britta O’Boyle is the author of this piece. The original version of this article was published on July 28, 2020.
Samsung unveils its new high-end 5G Android phones in answer to iPhone 12
Samsung Galaxy S21Samsung Galaxy S21 In a press conference held on Thursday, Samsung presented its new Galaxy S21 line of Android smartphones. The Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra are the three versions available, each having a bigger screen than the one before it: the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. All of these devices are compatible with the variety of 5G networks that are already accessible in the United States, and they are the first to be powered by Qualcomm’s new flagship Snapdragon 888 processor, which was revealed earlier this month.
- Although a big amount of Samsung’s sales comes from lower-cost models, the company competes against Apple in the United States with its high-end Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series phones.
- The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is equipped with the S Pen accessory.
- It is possible to obtain crisper zoomed-in photographs with the cameras, and they have improved sensors for shooting pictures at night.
- It is the first time that the high-end Ultra edition of the Galaxy S phone supports Samsung’s S Pen pen, which was previously only compatible with the company’s Galaxy Note smartphones.
- It has a 6.1-inch display, which makes it the most compact of the group of smartphones.
- The Galaxy S21 Ultra features the biggest screen in the Galaxy S series, measuring 6.8 inches across, but it also has a few additional tricks up its sleeve.
- There were two display settings on last year’s phones: a very sharp option and a somewhat less sharp setting with a smooth refresh rate that was suitable for navigating through webpages, playing games, and other activities.
- In addition, the S21 Ultra features superior cameras than the previous models, at least according to the specifications.
- The front-facing camera is crisper, and there are two zoom lenses and an ultra-wide lens on the back.
- The Ultra additionally has a higher zoom range of up to 100x, compared to the previous models’ zoom range of 30x.
The Galaxy S21 will be available for $799.99, while the Galaxy S21+ will be available for $999.99. The Galaxy S21 Ultra has a starting price of $1,199.99. Preorders for all of the phones are currently being accepted, and they will be available for purchase on January 29.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds and a smart tracker
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are a pair of wireless earphones. As part of the announcement, Samsung also revealed its answer to Apple’s AirPods Pro as well as a smart tracker that can be attached to things or left in a bag to assist you in quickly locating them if they go misplaced. Similar to Tile’s products, the tracker makes advantage of sensors in the phone to more accurately direct you to the location where you left anything behind. The Galaxy Buds Pro are the name of Samsung’s latest pair of headphones.
The most important feature, however, is active noise cancellation, which is also available with AirPods Pro and, according to Samsung, may reduce background noise by up to 99 percent, compared to traditional headphones.
The Galaxy Buds Pro have a battery life of up to 5 hours, with an extra 13 hours of charging time available in the case.
Samsung Galaxy S21 & S21+ 5G
The Galaxy S21 Plus 5G in Phantom Violet, as seen from the back, is stacked on top of the Galaxy S21 5G in Phantom Pink, as seen from the front of the device. The one that can be viewed from the front has a coral graphic wallpaper as its background on the screen. Epic on a daily basis The Samsung Galaxy S21 5G and S21+ 5G are now available. 8K video and a high-resolution camera make this a must-have. The chipset of the Galaxy S6 is the quickest yet. Intelligent battery that lasts all day. 2A visually arresting new design.
- Get up up and personal with the S21 5G and 5G+.
- ” See in ARView with Augmented Reality with the Galaxy S21-5G data-link cat=”galaxy-s21-5g>new highlights”>See in ARView with Augmented Reality with the Galaxy S21-5G Please scan the QR Code with your mobile device and drag and drop the product picture to the desired location on the screen.
- Moments from everyday life that exceed the movies Three pals are riding in a pickup truck, with two of them leaping out of the rear of the vehicle.
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Every one of your feeds is shown on our smoothest scrolling screen. This display is incredibly responsive, and it automatically adjusts the refresh rate based on what you’re doing.
Dynamic AMOLED 2X
Enjoy your time in front of a screen that provides an eye-opening viewing experience. This is unbelievably bright. This is a really detailed description. Surprisingly smooth in texture. Certainly, even in direct sunlight.* The Dynamic AMOLED 2X display on the Galaxy S21 5G and S21+ 5G has been certified by VDE Germany for 100 percent Mobile Color Volume in the DCI-P3 color spectrum, which means your photos will not be washed out and you will see stunningly vivid colors regardless of the brightness setting on your device.
The display also has a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, which makes your mobile experience more immersive and enjoyable.
Eye Comfort Shield
Given the Eye Care Certification, our newest display automatically reduces dangerous blue light for you, allowing you uninterrupted viewing of your favorite shows, particularly at night. Galaxy S21 5G and S21+ 5G displays have been given the Eye Care Certification by SGS, the world’s premier certification organization, for their ability to significantly decrease the detrimental effects of blue light on the human eye. This accreditation may be found at www.sgs.com if you search for it.
- 1. The Eye Comfort Shield is turned off by default and must be enabled in the Settings menu.
“Get to know the Galaxy S21 5G and S21+ 5G. “Made for the amazing moments that happen every day.” DISPLAY MORE FOR ME “It appears to be in good shape, doesn’t it?” DISCOVER THE FEATURE CHECK OUT THE 360-DEGREE SHOWROOM ” data-link cat=”galaxy-s21-5g>new highlights”> ” data-link cat=”galaxy-s21-5g>new highlights”> With Augmented Reality, you can see what you’re seeing. Please scan the QR Code with your mobile device and drag and drop the product picture to the desired location on the screen. press GO BACK TO THE PREVIOUS TERROR press SELECT THE NEXT FEATURE The Galaxy S21 Plus 5G is viewed from the front, with the Camera app open on the screen, and a woman under a blanket is visible in the back of a pickup vehicle.
- The screen dims briefly, revealing the viewfinder once more, before dimming again.
- When she waves her arms about, two men dressed in blankets leap out of the rear of the vehicle and into the street.
- The video that was just captured begins to play.
- At the 0:01 mark, the video begins to play and the pause indicator is activated.
- The photograph that was just captured is now visible in the Gallery.
- To see the recorded video, hit the button.
- Press to view the imagePress to see the picture The Galaxy S21 Plus 5G is viewed from the front, with the Camera app open and a snapshot of a lady displayed on the screen.
The Single Take mode is activated on the camera.
On the street, two ladies are skating on roller skates, another is riding a BMX bike, and a third lady is blowing bubbles from atop boxes.
There is wording beneath the viewfinder that states “Try a couple of slightly different perspectives.” The more photos you take, the more memorable experiences you’ll be able to document.
While the Single Take selections are loading, a circle will revolve around.
Press to record a single take using the Single Takepress to see the outcome press To see more formats, click here.
The screen begins to darken.
Then the light dims once again.
When the indicator presses the stop button, the recording is completed.
The video is being played back smoothly and steadily.
Press to begin recording with Super Steadypress to view the video that has been captured press Choose a photo to crop and then click “Enter.” Zoom in and out to observe how much of the detail in the 64MP shot is retained even after it has been cropped.
There are icons for the following other camera options available when the More menu is activated: Bixby Vision (Bixby Vision), AR Zone (AR Doodle), Pro (Pro), Panorama (Food), Night (Night), Portrait (Portrait Video), Pro Video, Super Slow Mo (Slow MOtion), Hyperlapse (Hyperlapse), and Director’s View (Director’s View).
- The photograph of the woman has been taken.
- Background blur has been activated in this photograph for your viewing pleasure.
- Dragging the High-Key Mono intensity slider makes the backdrop absolutely white, which is what you want.
- With the Studio filter, the shot is transformed into a photograph with studio effects.
- The color of the photo’s backdrop is altered when it is processed with the Back Drop filter.
- With the Camera app open on the Galaxy S21 Plus 5G’s screen and a snapshot of a lady camping outside in the rear of a car, the device is viewed from the front.
- The More menu appears, displaying the icons for the other camera options, including Bixby Vision, AR Zone, AR Doodle, and Pro.
Hold your camera stationary, according to the notification, as a counter counts down 3, 2, 1.
Using Gallery mode, the photo that was just shot is displayed, and it is both brighter and more detailed than the original photo.
MOREPress to see the resultsPress to see the resultsPress to see the results The Galaxy S21 Plus 5G is viewed from the front, with the Camera app open on the screen in the background.
The woman is rising up and raising her arms in the air, while the two guys are sitting in the backseat, one of them looking at her and the other in the driver’s seat of the car.
Then it zooms out to 0.5x, which is even further away from the original photo than it was before.
The image is magnified four times, displaying a face in the sideview mirror.
After zooming in 20 times, the shot closes in on the sideview mirror to reveal that the man is wearing sunglasses, as shown in the photo.
The cityscape was captured on the Galaxy S21 Plus 5G throughout the day and into the night, demonstrating the phone’s all-day battery capacity.
“The music playback duration on the Galaxy S21 5G may last up to 68 hours.
4- “The music playback duration on the Galaxy S21+ 5G may last up to 75 hours.
4- A woman is seen peering out of a window in this image.
The speed of 5G on the Galaxy S21 Plus 5G is demonstrated in this video.
Two indicator lights emerge at the top of the screen and move lower when they are activated by the game.
One indicator light alternates between the right and left.
Swiping within the Quick menu shows the icons for Do Not Disturb and Do Not Disturb.
This is accomplished by scrolling through the Gallery application to show a 60Hz display. The screen slides across the Gallery app to reveal a Super Smooth 120Hz display on the other side.
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Samsung Galaxy S21 release date, price, features and news
If you make a purchase after clicking on one of the links on this page, we may receive a commission. The Samsung Galaxy S21 series is currently available for purchase. New colors, a small cosmetic update, and top-of-the-line specifications distinguish this model. Continue reading for more information.
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- Specs and features of the Galaxy S21 include its price and release date, design, hardware specifications, camera, and 5G connectivity.
Galaxy S21 Price and Release Date
Samsung was attacked for its choice to raise pricing with the Galaxy S20 series, but it appears that the company has kept a quiet profile in response to the criticism. Prices for the Galaxy S21 series are not more than they were for the Galaxy S20 series; in fact, they are little cheaper than what we had anticipated. Here are the official starting pricing for the lineup, as announced by the league:
- Samsung Galaxy S21 5G 128GB —$799
- Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G 128GB —$999
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G 128GB —$1,199
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*Discount pricing are available with trade-in, BOGO, and/or store credit, as offered by S21 Ultra *Discount pricing are available with trade-in, BOGO, and/or shop credit incentives from S21 Plus. Trade-in, BOGO, and/or store credit S21 offers are included in the discounted rates.
Galaxy S21 Design
Flat screens and a revamped camera island distinguish the Galaxy S21 series from the Galaxy S20, which was criticized for being unpolished and vulgar in its appearance and functionality. All three phones have a new design that seeks to merge the camera into the phone’s frame in order to make it less apparent. However, the S21+ and Ultra both have Gorilla Glass on the back and front, with an aluminum frame sandwiched in between, but the Galaxy S21 has a polycarbonate rear instead of a glass one.
The Galaxy S21 series comes in a variety of vibrant hues, as opposed to the more subdued Galaxy S20 color selections.
More information about the colors can be found right here.
- Samsung Galaxy S21 —Phantom Violet, Phantom Pink, Phantom White, and Phantom Gray
- Samsung Galaxy S21+ —Phantom Violet, Phantom Silver, and Phantom Black
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra —Phantom Silver and Phantom Black
- Samsung Galaxy S21 —Phantom Violet, Phantom Silver, and Phantom Black
Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, S21 Ultra SpecsHardware
The Galaxy S21 models slated for the United States will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, while the new Exynos 2100 processor will be used in devices bound for Europe and India, as well as devices destined for other foreign markets such as South Korea. Here are some preliminary benchmarks that compare the two chipsets’ performance. Both chipsets are built on the most recent 5-nanometer technology, which results in significant battery life improvements as well as support for 5G network connection on both devices.
- The Galaxy S21 and S21+ come with 8GB of RAM as standard, however the Galaxy S21 Ultra has 12 or 16GB of RAM depending on the configuration.
- This would undoubtedly be a nice change, given that both the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 were limited to 128GB of storage space.
- None of the three new phones are equipped with a microSD card slot as a standard feature.
- On the other side, the Galaxy S21 Ultra takes a step farther with a 6.8-inch touchscreen.
- The Galaxy S21 Ultra has the capability of adjusting its refresh rate between 10 and 120Hz based on the screen context, but the Galaxy S21 and S21+ are only capable of flipping between 48 and 120Hz depending on the screen context.
- Unlike previous flagships, Samsung’s Ultra has a QHD+ (3200 x 1440p) resolution and is capable of maintaining this quality at 120Hz, which is unprecedented in the smartphone industry.
- As a substitute, Samsung is developing a line of S Pen covers that will be used to store the pen while it is not in use.
- Samsung’s set-top boxes will no longer include chargers.
- In order to accommodate the Galaxy S21, Samsung chose a 4,000mAh battery, a 4,800mAh battery for the Galaxy S21+, and a 5,000mAh battery for the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Samsung mocked Apple for withdrawing its charger in October, but it appears that a new 30W fast charger is in the works as an optional attachment for the Galaxy S10.
Samsung Galaxy S21 specs
- 6.2-inch Full-HD+ AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 48-120Hz
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 processor
- 8GB of RAM
- 128GB or 256GB of storage
- Battery capacity of 4,000mAh
- 5G connection
- Android 11 and One UI 3.1
- Android Pie
Samsung Galaxy S21+ specs
- 6.7-inch Full-HD+ AMOLED display with 48-120Hz refresh rate
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 processor
- 8GB of RAM
- 128GB or 256GB of internal storage
- Battery capacity is 4,800mAh. Android 11 with One UI 3.1 and 5G connectivity are among the features.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra specs
- 6.8-inch QHD+ dynamic 10-120Hz AMOLED display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 chipset
- 12GB or 16GB of RAM
- 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB of storage
- Android 11 with One UI 3.1, S Pen compatibility, and 5G connection are all features of this device.
Galaxy S21, S21+ Camera
- Camera specifications for the Galaxy S21 and S21+: Sensors with 12MP main, 64MP zoom, and 12MP ultra-wide resolutions
- Specifications for the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera: 108MP main, 10MP 3X telephoto, 10MP 10X telephoto, 12MP ultra-wide
- 10MP 3X telephoto, 10MP 10X telephoto, 12MP ultra-wide
- The following are the features of the new Galaxy S21 camera: Night mode with increased separation for selfies, Portrait mode with improved separation for selfies, Zoom Lock for sharp images at 30x, and more. The following are some of the new Galaxy S21 video features: Super-steady video at 60 frames per second, 8K Snap, Director’s View, and Single Take with Dynamic Slow-motion are all available.
Despite the fact that their 64MP zoom sensors, 12MP primary cameras, and the 12MP ultra-wide snapper are virtually identical to their predecessors in terms of camera hardware, the Galaxy S21 and S21+ have experienced significant changes in the arguably far more crucial software sector. As a result, despite the fact that the megapixel count remains identical, we may claim that the newcomers will take better images. Part of this is due to the introduction of new 5nm chipsets, which enable more powerful computational photography, allowing for faster low-light and high dynamic range shooting, resulting in images that are brighter, clearer, and better exposed.
Even yet, if you already own the S20/S20+, you’re unlikely to feel persuaded to upgrade only for the sake of the improved camera set.
In addition, it has an unique quad camera system on the rear that includes not one, but two different telephoto lenses: a 3X zoom lens on the first, followed by a periscope, 10X zoom lens on the second, which provides you with more reach than on most other phones.
Images with a zoom factor more than 10X, on the other hand, are rarely useable.
This sensor should provide improvements in two crucial areas, focussing and low-light performance, over its predecessor.
It has a 24mm lens, as opposed to the more usual 26mm focal distance on other cameras, which means you will obtain broader views, which are very good for landscape photography, for example.
More information may be found at:
- Galaxy S21 Ultra vs iPhone 12 Pro Max, Google Pixel 5, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra camera comparison
- Galaxy S21 Ultra vs iPhone 12 Pro Max, Google Pixel 5, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra selfie camera comparison
- Galaxy S21 Ultra vs iPhone 12 Pro Max, Google Pixel 5, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra portrait camera comparison
- Galaxy S21 Ultra vs iPhone 12 Pro Max, Google Pixel 5, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra blind camera comparison
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At least in the United States, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will come equipped with 5G connectivity as standard. Samsung, like it did with the Galaxy Note 20 series, provides both millimeter-wave and sub-6GHz 5G capability on all of its devices in that region. Europeans will also benefit from 5G connection thanks to the Exynos 2100, although mmWave 5G is unlikely to make the cut. For emerging countries like as Brazil, it is rumored that Samsung may provide 4G LTE versions of its products in the future.
Even if the essential networks are considerably more accessible now than they were a year ago in industrialized countries such as Europe and North America, there is still much farther to go in developing regions like the Middle East and Africa.