Some Specifications and Proposed Launch Frame of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Revealed

Some Specifications and Proposed Launch Frame of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Revealed

Recently, lots of reports have been claiming that Samsung’s next flagship series, which includes the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra, will arrive in January 2021. 

Considering the number of details that have been gathered about this series over time, the smartphone may launch at the speculated time. 

Yesterday, a tech blog, 91mobiles, revealed some of the specifications of the Ultra variant of the Samsung Galaxy S21.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra, which has the model number SM-G998U, is codenamed O3. According to the information leaked by Ishan Agarwal, a tech tipster, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra would come with a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED panel. 

The publication reveals that the screen will support a high refresh rate of either 120Hz or 144Hz, and it will produce a 2K resolution. 

Already, the CAD renders of the device have mentioned that the Galaxy S21 Ultra would house a curved edge display with an Infinity-O punch hole at the top-centre of the screen. 

Regarding photography, claims have it that the handset would debut with a 40-megapixel front-facing lens. 

Also, the CAD renders of the Galaxy S21 Ultra states that its rear camera module house four lenses, and it fuses with the frame of the smartphone on the right edge.

It is speculated that the Galaxy S21 Ultra would debut with a 108-megapixel quad-camera setup.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S21 will be available in two processor variants – Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 chipset – depending on the market.

The Snapdragon 875 model will be most likely be available in markets like the United States and China while the Exynos 2100 CPU variant will head to markets like India. 

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will come pre-installed with the One UI 3.0 based on Android 10 OS. 

There is no word yet on the capacity of the battery the phone will house, but previous reports have claimed that the handset could carry support for 60W or 66W of fast charging tech.