A new leak reveals additional details about the Galaxy S21 Ultra phone specifications


The Galaxy S21 Ultra will not get a big upgrade compared to the current Galaxy S20 Ultra phone, at least based on the leaks we got from the leakers. In the event that you think that it is still too early for the rumors and leaks to appear about the Galaxy S21 Series lineup, then let it be that there are many reports that stated that Samsung is planning to officially unveil this lineup in January, and this means early for the usual.

The new Galaxy S21 Ultra phone will have a slightly smaller screen, but it will be the only member in the Galaxy S21 Series lineup that will have a curved screen at both ends because the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 + phones will continue to use flat screens, but there is a possibility that the screen refresh rate will be raised to 144Hz. .

Moreover, it has now been reported that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will feature a 108-megapixel primary camera, and a 40-megapixel front camera, just as is the case in the current Galaxy S20 Ultra, but there may be other upgrades. There is no information about the rest of the models, but the computer images that have been leaked so far reveal to us that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have four cameras in the back, and one of them will be a telephoto camera based on the principle of the binoculars, while the functions of the rest of the cameras are still unknown.

As always, Samsung will once again with the Galaxy S21 Series lineup using the Snapdragon 875 processor coming from Qualcomm in some countries, while it will use its Exynos 2100 processor in the remaining countries.

Regardless of the processor, we have also heard that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have a 5000mAh battery similar to the current Galaxy S20 Ultra, and it will come in advance along with other members of the lineup with Android 11 and with the Samsung One UI 3.0 interface.

In the event that Samsung has already announced the Galaxy S21 Series lineup in January, there is a high possibility that it will be put on the market in February, instead of March.



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