Samsung Announces Galaxy S21 Smartphone Series with Pro-Grade Cameras and 120 Hz AMOLED Displays

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Samsung has announced (1, 2) its latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. We’re not sure what to think about these handsets’ rear cameras, which are a bit of an eyesore, but they are definitely packed with some exciting technology such as high-quality 120 Hz AMOLED displays (3200x1440p in the S21 Ultra), 5 nm 64-bit octa-core processors (2.9 GHz), and up to 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM.

“The ground-breaking camera, display and connectivity capabilities of the Galaxy S21 Ultra are powered by the most advanced chipset in a Galaxy device,” Samsung wrote in regard to its top flagship. “It offers faster speed, advanced computing and greater energy efficiency. And when the battery gets low, Galaxy S21 Ultra can reach a 50% charge in just 30 minutes.”

You can check out the infographics below to get an idea of how the Galaxy S21 Ultra compares to its S21 and S21+ siblings. Samsung has also shared a few unboxing videos of the Galaxy S21 Series, which give prospective buyers a decent look at what the various colors look like in person.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra starts at $1,199.99, while the Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ start at $799.99 and $999.99, respectively. These models feature 128 GB of memory, but the Ultra can be maxed out with 512 GB of memory ($1,379.99).

Tsing Mui
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