Samsung recently announced the Galaxy S21 series of phones that come with three phones; It includes the regular version, the larger Plus version, and the more powerful Ultra version. The new series offers 5-nanometer processors and displays that the company says are the best and most visible in the smartphone market. They all work with Android 11 OS and One UI 3.1.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
The most powerful Samsung phone comes with a 6.8-inch Curved Dynamic AMOLED 2X screen with QHD + resolution, it has a pixel density of 515 pixels per inch, has a brightness of 1,600 units, a refresh rate of 120 Hz with support for HDR10 +, a fingerprint sensor underneath and a Gorilla Glass 7 .
The phone also brings a 5 nm processor, represented by Exynos 2100 in our region, and is accompanied by 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a storage capacity of up to 512 GB of UFS 3.1 type.
The phone has a five-camera system in the back with 4 lenses. 108-megapixel main, 12-megapixel wide, 10-megapixel zoom, and another zoom lens with the same precision, next to the dual pixel laser sensor. The camera is characterized by the ability to optical zoom up to 10 times and digital zoom up to 100 times, and the camera is characterized by the ability to shoot up to 8K resolution at 240 frames per second. On the other side there is a 40-megapixel front camera.
The phone supports a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 25 watt fast charging, 15 watt wireless charging, and 4.5 watt reverse charging.
As for the other advantages, it supports the fifth generation of course, two fifth-generation connection chips, the integrated electronic chip, the Samsung stylus, for the first time with the S series, facial recognition technology, in addition to Bluetooth 5.1, dual GPS technology, and NFC technology.
The phone also offers two stereo speakers, DEX wireless mode, support for UWB technology, and IP68 water resistance.
The price of the phone will start from 1,200 US dollars, and in Saudi Arabia from 5,199 riyals.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
The Galaxy S20 Plus features a 6.7-inch flat screen, unlike the previous version, a Dynamic AMOLED 2X, but it is FHD + with a pixel density of 394, and a brightness of 1,300 units. It also supports 120Hz refresh and HDR10 + technology, adds a fingerprint at the bottom of the screen, and a Gorilla Glass 7 above it.
The phone adds a triple camera system with 8K video shooting capabilities at 240 frames per second; With a 12-megapixel main lens, a 12-megapixel wide, 64-megapixel zoom, and supports dual pixels, it has a hybrid zoom capacity of up to 3 times and digital up to 30 times. While in the front there is a 10-megapixel camera.
As is the case with its older brother, the phone features an Exynos 2100 5nm processor in our region, and is accompanied by an 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and an internal storage capacity of up to 256GB of UFS 3.1.
The phone comes with a 4,500 mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging, 15W wireless charging, and 4.5W reverse charging.
The phone also features fifth-generation support, two fifth-generation connection chips, the integrated electronic chip, facial recognition technology, Bluetooth 5.1, dual GPS technology, NFC technology, in addition to two stereo speakers, DEX wireless mode, UWB support, and IP68 water resistance.
The price of the phone starts from 1,000 USD, and in Saudi Arabia it starts from 3,999 SAR.
The S21 is the smallest and least capable of Samsung’s trio that I launched today, as it features a 6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X flat screen with FHD + resolution, 1,300 units with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and HDR10 + support – that is, it is identical to the Plus version, but it comes with a higher pixel density of 421 due to Small size. It is, of course, protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass 7, and there is a fingerprint sensor under it.
As usual, there is no change in the processor level, memory quality and storage capacity, as the phone features a 5nm Exynos 2100 processor, accompanied by 8 GB LPDDR5 RAM and an internal storage capacity of up to 256 GB of UFS 3.1.
As for the camera, the phone has a triple camera of 12 megapixels for the main, 12 megapixels for the wide, and 64 megapixels for close-up, as is the case with the previous version, but it provides digital zoom up to only 30 times, and the phone camera supports video shooting up to 8K at a rate of 240 frames per second. On the opposite side is the 10-megapixel front camera.
The phone’s battery has a capacity of 4,000 mAh and supports 25 watt fast charging, 15 watt wireless charging, and 4.5 watt reverse charging.
The other features are similar to its predecessor, as it supports the fifth generation, two fifth-generation connection chips, the integrated electronic chip, facial recognition technology, Bluetooth 5.1 technology, dual GPS technology, NFC technology, in addition to two stereo speakers, DEX wireless mode, UWB support, and water resistance IP68 standard.
The price of the phone starts from $ 800, and in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 3,349 riyals.