Samsung has certainly had a busy year on the high-end smartphone release front, following up 2019’s experimental Galaxy Fold with a much more refined second generation while offering the similarly polished Z Flip in both 4G LTE-only and 5G-enabled versions and heavily promoting the surprisingly affordable Galaxy S20 FE 5G.
A familiar-sounding display, primary camera, and battery
Galaxy S20 Ultra
Interestingly, the S21 Ultra 5G is tipped to sport an ever so slightly smaller 6.8-inch screen compared to the 6.9-inch S20 Ultra 5G while retaining the 108MP count of the main rear-facing camera and the 5,000mAh battery capacity. One possible but unconfirmed upgrade could see the Dynamic AMOLED 2X display jump from 120 to 144Hz refresh rate support for an even faster and smoother content viewing experience.
Meanwhile, the 108-megapixel shooter is all but guaranteed to step things up in terms of actual real-world imaging performance, although for the time being, we have no idea exactly how Samsung plans to improve the camera hardware and/or software of its most impressive (and expensive) mobile device.
A 40MP selfie camera and a number of question marks
Still, we’re glad to hear Samsung will most likely go back to a 40-megapixel front shooter for the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G and we naturally hope to see some upgrades and improvements deriving from software optimization and hardware iteration.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with S Pen
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