A new leak of the flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra phone revealed some specifications for the upcoming phone from the South Korean company Samsung.
The famous Ice Universe account on Twitter published a tweet in which it revealed some of the phone’s specifications, including the screen specifications, the main rear camera, in addition to the charging capacity of the battery.
S21 U— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 10, 2020
WQHD + LTPO 120Hz
Almost equal width bezel
The tweet stated that the 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 a rate of 120 Hz, while the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus will get a 1080p screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. Or 1440p at 60Hz.
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. The Galaxy S21 Ultra has a slightly thicker bottom edge.
And 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 Galaxy S21 smartphone, confirming previous reports released in July.
And it seems that the South Korean giant will follow in the footsteps of the American giant Apple by abandoning the charger in the box and the earphones as well.
Industry insiders claim Samsung is considering excluding all accessories in the box except for the UBS-C cable, but the final decision is still pending.
While the Galaxy S20 series included a 25-watt charger and AKG earphones, the Galaxy S21 series might include a cable and a plug-in only.
Samsung has publicly criticized iPhone cases without chargers, but not including accessories with phones makes sense for Samsung.
Instead of adding these accessories to the hardware box for free, it can convince buyers to purchase its range of wireless earbuds and chargers if they so desire.