Some of the specifications of the suspected Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra have surfaced online. The specifications do not indicate any major changes compared to the current S20 Ultra, which appeared last winter.
The S21 Ultra is slightly smaller than its predecessor and also has a slightly smaller screen, according to the information 91Mobiles received from the well-known smartphone phone Ishan Agarwal. The screen could potentially get a 144Hz refresh rate instead of the S20 Ultra’s 120Hz, but that’s not certain yet. This year, the first smartphones with 144Hz screens appeared, as smartphone makers have landed in a frame race.
The soc would be an Exynos 2100 in Europe, while in the US and China the phone would appear with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875. With 5000mAh the battery would have the same capacity as that of the S20 Ultra. Little is known about the cameras, one of the distinguishing factors of the S20 Ultra. The resolution of the primary camera would be unchanged.
In recent years, Agarwal has often shown that it has correct information about unannounced smartphones. According to a previous rumor, Samsung wants to show its new phones in January, instead of February or March as in recent years. Renders also came out from the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
|Specs||S21 Ultra (according to rumor)||S20 Ultra|
|Screen||6.8 “, possibly 144Hz||6,9″, 120Hz|
|Camera’s||Primaire camera: 108MP
|Primaire camera: 108MP
|Soc||Exynos 2100/Snapdragon 875||Exynos 990/Snapdragon 865|
|Release||January 2021||March 2020|