The first render images that showed what they say is the Galaxy S21 have been around for some time and showed a new design idea for the photomodule that will be present on the back. Now the same has been done for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, where we can get information.
The information was made available by Steve Hemmerstoffer, and if that name doesn’t ring a bell, if I tell you it’s @OnLeaks, it probably sounds familiar. Has he launched new images, and this time for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which will be the main equipment of this sophisticated and well-equipped series of smartphones from Samsung. According to the leakster, Samsung would have considered several configurations until the last stages of development and would have decided to equip the phone with a set of four sensors, + 1 additional sensor with indefinite function.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra appears in render images
This would lead to an even larger photo block, compared to the Galaxy S21 / S21 +, and this time it would include the flash, while the Galaxy S21 would render, that flash came from the main block.
According to various sources, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have a large screen, 6.8 inches, with a small hole in the top center, and the margins of the phone will be very thin … Screen that will be flat, and probably paid Refresh rate of 144 Hz.
Another known detail is the fact that its main sensor has 108 megapixels and a video recording capacity in 8K. Inside, you have to find a Snapdragon 875, or the Exynos 2100, depending on the variant.
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