The famous Ice Universe account of leaks confirmed that the upcoming Galaxy S21 Ultra from Samsung will come with the S Pen.
And the account – which is one of the most accurate accounts regarding leaks of Samsung devices – posted a tweet on Twitter, saying: “Yes, I can be 100 percent sure that the S21 Ultra will support the S Pen.”
Yes, I can 100% confirm that S21 Ultra supports S Pen— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 12, 2020
There were previous reports that the S Pen will come with the upcoming (Galaxy S21 Ultra) phone, and that the Galaxy Note series phones will be replaced by the Galaxy Z Fold series, which has become very durable to work with Samsung electronic stylus.
Over the past years, the similarities between the phones of the Galaxy S series and the Galaxy Note have become many, especially in the (Ultra) model that shares many important specifications. It seems that Samsung will try to simplify its product portfolio at the expense of the Note series.
It is expected that Samsung will announce the phones (Galaxy S21) during a special event that will be held on January 14th, and if this is done, the date will be the earliest in the history of the series.
The Ice Universe account published a tweet a few days ago, in which it revealed some specifications of the (Galaxy S21 Ultra) phone, including the screen specifications, the main rear camera, in addition to the charging capacity of the battery.
The tweet stated that (Galaxy S21 Ultra) will present a screen with 1440p resolution, with a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, thanks to support for LTPO technology.
It is said: The Galaxy S21 Ultra, which is expected to be launched next January, will be the only one to offer a 1440p screen at 120 Hz, while the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus will have a 1080p screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, or 1440p at 60 Hz.
(The Galaxy S21 Ultra) will use an updated HMD3 108-megapixel sensor, which will be 12 percent more sensitive to light.
The phone will support 45 watt charging, and it will have approximately equal edges around the screen. And the Galaxy S21 Ultra has a slightly thicker bottom edge.
In late October, a report from South Korea indicated that Samsung had abandoned the idea of attaching the charger to the box of the upcoming smartphone (Galaxy S21), confirming previous reports released in July.