The new Samsung Galaxy S21 series flagships are expected to break the conventions of previous years and advance the launch of the new generation of Galaxy S21 series flagships to January 14 next year. Like this year’s models, the series will include the S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra.
They will go on sale at the end of January to compress the release cycle of the iPhone 12 series. With the release time approaching, more and more appearance and configuration details have been leaked recently. Now, there is the latest news. Recently, Universe Ice brought more details about the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra camera.
As the source claims, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with an improved version of the 108MP main camera on the previous S20 Ultra, with a single-pixel reaching 0.8μm. At the same time, relying on the new ISOCELL HM3 sensor, the light input can be increased by 12%. Thus, you can take night scene photos faster and better, retaining more scene details. In addition, the source also revealed that the S21 Ultra will also cancel the ToF lens and switch to a laser focus sensor.
In other aspects, according to previously leaked news, the new Samsung Galaxy S21 series will still include the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. In addition to the new Snapdragon 875, it will also launch its own brand new Exynos 2100 mobile platform. By the way, it uses the same 5nm process, and it will adopt the “1+3+4” octa-core design. In this approach, “1” is the super-large core Cortex X1, and its peak performance is 23% higher than that of Cortex A78.
It is reported that the new Samsung Galaxy S21 series flagship will be officially unveiled on January 14, 2021. They will have two version powered by two 5nm flagship chips, Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 and Samsung Exynos 2100.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series specifications— MK INFO (@mkinfo9) November 15, 2020
√ Samsung S21
• 6.2" 120Hz display
√ Samsung S21+
• 6.7" 120Hz display
√ Samsung S21 Ultra
• 6.8" WQHD+ display
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