We finally have a detailed idea about the S21 Ultra that would be coming out in the month to come. We have had looks of the devices first and then certain vague specs. A person on Youtube even reviewed a pre-production model of the device but it looks like now we have a general breakdown of the specs that would make up the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
According to this article from WinFuture.mobi, we have a look at what the phone would look like and the additional specs that would follow it.
Right off the bat, we look at the display. It would be a 6.8-inch panel, Infinity-O one from Samsung, of course. It would be a dynamic display, allowing users to switch between 1 and 120Hz depending on the resolution. The maximum resolution comes out at WQHD+ but we do not know if it would support the 120Hz refresh rate the display is capable of.
On the back, we have a Quad camera setup. It would have a main wide-angle lens coming out at 108MP. The ultra-wide lens would be at 12MP while there would be two telephoto lenses capable of 3x zoom and 10x zoom. Both these lenses would be rated at 10MP. The front camera would be 40MP at an 80-degree field of view.
Internally, the phone would have 12GB of RAM and the base storage would come in at 128GB. The battery powering this behemoth would be a 5000mAh pack. Now, we have to see how well Samsung works the integration to work this power management with the higher-refresh rate display. The chipset powering it in the US would be the SD888 chip, of course. The article suggests that the rest of the world would see an Exynos 2100 chipset from the company. We will have to see how far the performance difference takes it but we can only know when the actual devices are in our hands.