- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will improve 108-megapixel HM3 sensor.
- The system will get a 2k display with 120Hz refresh rate support.
- It is predicted that it will open in January 2021.
Samsung is working on its new Galaxy S series flagship, which it plans to reveal next month in January. We’ve seen a lot of leaks about the phones in the series over the past couple of weeks that have revealed key information about them.
Today, we have another leak that adds to the details already available about the forthcoming line-up ‘s top-end model. The Galaxy S21 Ultra will be able to run its display at 1440p resolution and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate together, according to a recent report.
This is due to a recent LTPO-backed screen that can only be seen on the top-end handset, with the other two phones in the list only having either 1080p/120Hz or 1440p/60Hz support.
Some other key information about the system are also released in the latest leak, including the fact that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will use an upgraded 108-megapixel HM3 camera, which will absorb 12 percent more light than before, according to sources.
The study also indicates that to complete a clean look, the Galaxy S21 Ultra would accept 45W charging and have nearly no bezels.
We’ve even seen other details on the system leak online before. Reports in the past have said that the screen of the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be between 6.7 and 6.9 inches and will weigh approximately 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9 mm.
We also know that the phone will debut earlier than expected alongside the other S21 series phones, as the series is scheduled to arrive in January 2021. The earliest announcement for a Samsung Galaxy S flagship will be this.
It will be fascinating to see how this kind of headstart benefits the business in any way, but what is known for sure is that once the latest Galaxy S devices become official, they will have ample competition to compete with the likes of the new iPhone 12 series that has been very well received so far.