We have only just seen the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra hit store shelves, but for the S21 or S30 series, the excitement is building. Thanks to a set of proposed Galaxy S21 Ultra specs that have been leaked, we now have an idea of what to expect after render.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra doesn’t look like a massive upgrade over the current S20 series for those who regularly improvement, not that so many individuals should be looking to upgrade with a device after less than a year. In the early part of 2021, the Galaxy S21 Ultra specs will deliver more of the same, according to teenage leakster Ishan Agarwal (via 91Mobiles).
We’d foresee an Exynos chipset in global markets. This new leak suggests that we will again see the Exynos 990 5G chipset, which is confusing as the data also suggests that the rumored Exynos 2100 chipset plus 12GB of RAM may be included. At this point, it’s unclear what we’re going to see in global markets in the S21 series. However, along with 12GB of RAM, those in the US are very likely to see the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chip.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra spec sheet suggests that we’re going to see a 6.8-inch high refresh rate display, but whether it’s going to be 120Hz or even higher is not clear. It would be important to see Samsung adopt such a panel on its out-and-out flagship series in 2021, with a increasing number of devices now having 144Hz displays. The display of the device is advertised as a “Dynamic AMOLED 2X display.” What the “2X” portion refers to is not really clear, although it may mean that this is a 2K-rated panel, which would actually be just a tiny bit over FHD+. Having said that, it’s not clear if that would be the case.
The odd wrap-around camera nodule seen in previous renders at the rear is set to bring a familiar setup consisting of a 108-megapixel main sensor with it, the other lenses are not yet known, but we would wager that there will be a capable ultra-wide-angle and periscope zoom lens coming launch also present. A 40-megapixel main sensor will be located in the front punch-hole.
A 5,000mAh battery is the only other notable inclusion from this suggested Galaxy S21 Ultra spec sheet. It’s a similar idea so far to the S20 and Note 20 Ultra series that we’ve seen so far in 2020. We are sure that further details will be drip-fed with a proposed January 2020 launch date as the as yet undisclosed Unpacked launch event date looms.