Samsung is reportedly working on the new Galaxy S21 series, which is tipped to launch in January 2021. The company is said to be working on the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. We have already posted some exclusive renders of the Galaxy S21+ smartphone and now, a new report has emerged online that reveals some key details of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The upcoming smartphone is tipped to feature 2K AMOLED screen, 108MP camera and more. Here’s what you need to know about the latest specs leak of Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra key specifications leaked
Tipster Ishan Agarwal in association with 91mobiles has spilt some details about the key specs of the flagship smartphone. The upcoming smartphone might come in Black and Silver colour options. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra might sport a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display. The phone might come with a Quad HD+ or 2K resolution. Furthermore, the handset may feature high screen refresh rate that could be up to 144Hz. The handset will come with a punch-hole cutout and a rear camera module, which could be similar to the Galaxy S21+.
Agarwal told the publication that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone will run on Android 11-based OneUI 3.0. One should also expect other Galaxy S21 smartphones to run on similar software. Moving on, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with a 108MP primary camera at the rear. Previously, a report claimed that the device will have support for shooting 1080p videos in 240fps, 4K in 120fps, and 8k in 30fps. On the front, the phone might come with a 40MP selfie shooter.
The tipster further said that the handset will pack a 5,000mAh battery. Interestingly, the phone is also said to come with 65W fast charging support over a USB Type-C port. The report adds that the Galaxy S21 Ultra might come with Snapdragon 875 processor, though it will be for the US and China markets. For other markets including India, the company might equip it with upcoming Exynos 2100 processor. he phone will reportedly measure 165.1mm x 75.6mm x 8.9mm.
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