Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Will Be Able To Run at 120Hz at QHD+ Resolution: Leak

Galaxy S21 Ulta will be powered by Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset.


Samsung is all set to launch its upcoming flagship smartphone series called the Galaxy S21 series. The upcoming flagship series will include the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The company has confirmed the launch of the smartphones on January 14 and the invite teaser suggests that the launch event will kick off at 8:30 PM IST. We have already witnessed an array of leaks and rumours about the upcoming smartphone, especially about the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Now in the latest leak, it has been reported that the Ultra model will arrive with 120Hz refresh rate and a lot more among the others. Here’s a closer look at the Galaxy S21 Ultra latest leak.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Leak

Popular tipster Ice Universe has recently shared a post on his official Twitter handle claiming that the upcoming Galaxy S21 Ultra will pack a WQHD+ resolution display with 120Hz refresh rate. To support his claim the tipster has also shared a screenshot of the smartphone which suggests that the phone will support both the high-end features. WQHD+ means the flagship handset will feature a 3200 x 1440 pixels resolution display. The 120Hz refresh rate support is not the first time appearing on the web for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, we have noticed these features in numerous leaks.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Rumoured Specification

Recently it was reported that the smartphone will arrive with an S Pen support, but unlike the Galaxy Note series, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will not come with a dedicated slot for the smart stylus. The company is said to sell the stylus separately. An image of the Galaxy S21 Ultra S Pen cover case has been leaked on the web.

According to the previous reports, the Galaxy S21 Ulta will be powered by Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset and the Exynos 2100 SoC, clubbed with 12 GB RAM and runs Android 11 operating system. Let’s see what Samsung is going to bring to the tables this time.