Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G Specification


Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G: The Gallery King

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G was designed to eliminate the need to pick between video and photography. You can take super-clear stills — up to 33MP — right from high-resolution 8K footage with a single tap. The 108MP camera is the highest resolution camera available on a smartphone, allowing you to take amazing images. Add a S Pen (available separately) to unleash your creativity, allowing you to edit with precision and bring your vision to life. The incredible 6.8″ screen features Samsung’s best contrast ratio and an adaptive display that automatically adapts from 10Hz to 120Hz for a faster, smoother scrolling experience that is easy on the eyes while utilizing the enormous 5000mAh battery effectively. The Galaxy S21 Ultra was built to be epic in every aspect, and you can now get the most advanced Galaxy on the 5G leader in coverage.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G Camera

While the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G’s photographic capabilities are basically unchanged from its predecessor, Samsung has improved the implementation, particularly of the telephoto sensors. For more detailed 12-megapixel photographs, there’s a new-generation 108-megapixel primary camera that uses nona-pixel binning, which combines information from nine pixels into one.

Samsung continues to promote its Space Zoom feature, which on the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G can zoom up to 100 times. It can be difficult to frame images accurately at such a high magnification. This is especially true if you’re shooting handheld, like we did with the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The new Zoom Lock feature comes in handy here. When you go beyond 20X magnification, a small preview window appears in the viewfinder to assist you in finding your subject. The camera will lock focus on your subject and stick to it if you hold the frame steady for one and a half seconds or hit the preview box (the preview box turns yellow to confirm this), making it much easier to get a correctly framed shot.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G Performance and Battery

Aside from its outstanding camera, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is a real flagship with cutting-edge components. Samsung’s Exynos 2100 5G SoC, which is identical to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 SoC in terms of production process and the types and quantity of ARM CPU cores employed, is used in the Indian version. The 12GB RAM edition I received for review performed well in benchmark tests. In AnTuTu, it received 5,70,453 points, while in Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core tests, it received 960 and 2,995 points, respectively. These numbers still fall short of what Apple’s A14 Bionic in the iPhone 12 series can achieve, but with everyday use, you’d be hard pushed to discern the difference.

At the QHD+ resolution, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G handled graphically demanding games like Call of Duty: Mobile and Asphalt 9: Legends with ease. The game ran smoothly and at a good framerate. When gaming, the upper half of the metal frame heated up quickly, which you will notice if you use this phone without a case. Even when using the camera app, this warmth was visible. For me, the phone never got too hot, and this didn’t appear to stifle performance, but your mileage may vary.

Galaxy S21 Ultra Price and Release Date

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra was released on January 29, 2021, and it is currently available in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, among other places. The official announcement and release date for the company’s flagship smartphone were both a month earlier than we’re used to for the company’s flagship smartphone. In 2021, Samsung is bucking the trend.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra is also significantly less expensive than the S20 Ultra at launch, albeit it will still be expensive. A variant with 128GB of internal storage and 12GB of RAM starts at $1,199 / £969 / AU$1,849 for the base model. The Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G costs 605,000 Naira in Nigeria, 131,999 KES in Kenya, 20,900 EGP in Egypt, and 8,000 GHC in Ghana. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra price in India starts from ₹ 105,999.

In Conclusion

The Galaxy S21 Ultra is the pinnacle of Samsung’s smartphone capabilities. It amazed us with its large screen, five cameras, and the finest zoom of any Android phone now available. Warning: while it’s less expensive than last year’s ‘Ultra’ phone, it’s still out of reach for most people, as it lacks a microSD card slot and a charger.


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