Massive Galaxy S21 Leak Reveals Everything You Need to Know
At the time of writing, we are well aware that the Galaxy S21 is launching earlier in 2021 rather than the usual March release date. Samsung is doing it for several reasons, with one being the fact that with Huawei out of the Android game, Samsung can easily capitalize on that. Not just that, by releasing the Galaxy S21 earlier, Samsung is essentially creating a proper release gap between the rest of the devices that they release throughout the year.
We have heard a lot about the Galaxy S21 at this point to confirm that the device not only exists but is going to be built upon the foundation that Samsung laid with the Galaxy S20 series that was released earlier this year. However, a complete rundown of the specs and other necessary details was unknown up until this point.
Galaxy S21 Series WIll Feature a Familiar Flavor with Minor Upgrades Across the Board
If you were expecting something massive with the Galaxy S21 series, that is not going to be the case. The new series is receiving a modest boost over the last generation, and honestly, it makes perfect sense. The Galaxy S21 series would bring the Samsung Exynos 2100 or the Snapdragon 875 based on the market.
All three phones will sport the 120Hz refresh rate display, with the screen size for the Galaxy S21 being 6.2". As for the Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra, we have 6.7" and 6.8" respectively. The S21 and S21+ will also have an FHD+ resolution display, while the S21 Ultra will bring an LTPO display with WQHD+ resolution.
Additionally, the display on the Galaxy S21 Ultra will also support an S-Pen, but Samsung will not include it in the box. All three phones will be debuting with Android 11 that will be based on One UI 3.0. All phones will have 5G and Wi-Fi 6 support with Wi-Fi 6E for the S21 Ultra. Additionally, the S21 + and Ultra will also support UWB, including the support for Samsung's answer to AirTags.
The smallest S21 model will offer a 4,000 mAh battery, and the S21+ will have a 4,800 mAh battery, and the S21 Ultra will bring a 5,000 mAh battery. As far as the camera array is concerned, the smallest model will be bringing a 12-megapixel main camera with a 12-megapixel ultrawide and a 64-megapixel telephoto camera. The same array will be used on the Galaxy S21+. However, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will bring a 108-megapixel gen2 main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 10-megapixel 3x optical zoom, and a 10-megapixel 10x optical zoom camera. The 100x Space Zoom will also be returning.
Finally, the tip also suggests that the standard variant will be featuring a plastic design, whereas the Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra will have the same glass/metal design that we have come to expect from Samsung.