The Samsung S21 series, the hype behind it is on the rise now. In the past couple of days, we have seen a couple of posts ranging from possible specs to leaked renders. The devices are rumoured to appear sometime in January, in the coming year. This would make these series of devices the first flagships of the year. They would also set the tone for the tech coming in 2021. Not to put any expectation like that but Samsung’s launch does put them under certain pressure.
Anyway, coming back to the agenda. There have been certain info on the S21 Ultra, the top-end model, that has surfaced recently. This news comes straight from 91Mobiles, a credible source for certain information and has proved its status with a couple of leaks in the past.
[Exclusive] Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra key specs revealed: display, cameras, battery, and more https://t.co/yiZekppmMO
— 91mobiles (@91mobiles) October 26, 2020
Now, we dive right into the details for the upcoming, true flagship out of the series. Starting from the display, we would be seeing a 6.8-inch display. This display though, it would be a dynamic 2K display. Something new for the series. As far as Samsung displays go, we know it would not disappoint. But, the 2K part just seems like a statement as it is quite possible that the company would not support a high enough refresh rate with the highest resolution. We have seen this trend in the past from Samsung.
Coming to the chipset and we know it would feature the SD875 chipset. It’s actually quite inevitable since Samsung has secured the contract to produce many of these chipsets this time around. Powering this monstrosity would be a huge 5000mAh battery. It should suffice for high-quality display and internals.
The cameras on this device would be similar to the previous generation with the back having a 108MP primary sensor. As for the front though, the leak claims that it would be a 40MP sensor. That does seem a bit unlikely given the small cutout on the front. Samsung would not want to compromise on lowlight or the angle of the sensor for a couple of extra pixels. Let’s see though.
The device would come with 12GB of RAM and, as suggested in the leaks, 128GB of internal storage. Here, we have serious doubts since 128GB isn’t the overkill style of the Ultra badge. We should expect at least 256GB of storage if not 512GB or even more.