Shortly after we first saw the renderings of the Galaxy S21, the well-known Steve Hemmerstoffer is back with CAD-based renderings of the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.
Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G: the great competitor of the iPhone 12 Pro Max
Like the Samsung Galaxy S21, the ultra model arrives with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chipset in the United States. Those in Europe will be entitled to Exynos 1000 or 2100.
In all markets these chips add up to at least 12GB of RAM. We also have support for MicroSD cards. Of course, there should be several options in terms of memory and storage.
At the software level, you can expect Android 11 and the base One UI 3.0. Meanwhile, the renderings show that we will be able to interact with this equipment through a huge 6.9 inch screen. It is an AMOLED panel.
However, in the new bet, Samsung again opted for minimal frames, especially at the bottom. However the hole is in the center. It is practically a current brand image.
If you’re concerned about battery life, you’ll be happy to know that the S21 Ultra has a 5000 mAh battery like its predecessor. However, it will have more autonomy. This is guaranteed by the new chipset which will be much more energy efficient.
When it comes to dimensions, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is smaller than the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
At the rear, we can see the huge camera module.
In reality it is still bigger than what we can find on the S20. This has a raison d’être. Samsung wants to take the S21’s photographic capabilities to a new level. In the meantime we will have an LED flash and four cameras. In the standard version of the S21 there will be three.
At this time, specifications at the camera level are not yet known. Still, the main sensor is likely to be 108 megapixels. Then we will have other ultra-angular, periscopic and telephoto.
As for the release dates, Steve Hemmerstoffer confirmed the recent reports. So it is likely that the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra will arrive in January.
As for prices, nothing is known yet.
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