As expected, the Unpacked event of Samsung took place today and in this context the news was presented Galaxy S21 series. Top model of the series, of course, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which stands out thanks to its screen and camera.
The screen of the S21 Ultra has a diagonal 6.8 “and the panel is Dynamic AMOLED 2X, while remaining convex on the sides and protected from the brand new Gorilla Glass Victus. His analysis is a noticeable difference compared to his younger siblings, being 1440p+ instead of 1080p +. The refresh rate reaches 120Hz in the above analysis and is adaptive, as it can be reduced to 10Hz to save energy, depending on the application displayed on the screen. With 1.500 nits brightness, is the brightest screen that has ever been placed on a Galaxy smartphone and will surely be clear even in the summer, Greek Sun.
The other big difference of the S21 Ultra is its support S Pen, but also any Wacom stylus. So, you can enjoy what a Galaxy Note has to offer, with the only drawback being the absence of a S Pen on the device. Can we expect significant changes in the Note series in 2021? Going to the camera, there are 2 telephoto lenses at the rear. THE periscope lens offers 10x optical zoom but next to it there is also the classic 3x telephoto lens which works depending on the occasion. Between 1x and 3x we have a lossless digital zoom from their main sensor 108MP which Samsung calls “Bright Night Sensor”. Shows 12MP downloads with 9-in-1 pixel binning, even 12-bit RAW photos if you want. The S21 Ultra is the first Samsung smartphone to support download 4K video at 60FPS with all its cameras. That is, with 40MP selfie camera, the 12MP Ultra-Wide camera (with DPPDAF) but also both tele cameras.
It is also the first smartphone in the world to support Wi-Fi 6E, that is, the protocol 802.11ax in the 6GHz band, which translates to higher bandwidth and lower latency. The Exynos 2100 chipset inside you already know it, since it was presented a few 24 hours ago. Accompanied by 12 or 16GGB RAM and 128, 256 or 1024GB storage space, scalable via microSD. In terms of software, obviously, we have Android 11 with One UI 3.5. Finally, its battery has capacity 5.000mAh and supports wired charging 25W (50% in 30 ‘) but also wireless charging. In the box, however, you will not find a charger.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G starts with €1.250 in Europe (12/128GB) and will be available from 29/1 with a gift, for those who pre-order, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro and one of the news Samsung SmartTag trackers. We expect information about the Greek market.
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