The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will have 6 cameras
Today, we have another Galaxy S21 leakage, which seems to confirm some of the specs that have been drifting around, published by WinFuture Information about and images of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S21- series phones have actually been landing almost daily in the run-up to Samsung’s January event. With this most recent leak, we now have a better concept of what to anticipate– specifically in the camera department. In other words, the hardware seems a huge part of Samsung’s strategy to take on the highly capable iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The S21 Ultra will supposedly use 3x and10 x telephoto cameras (72 mm and 240 mm comparable focal lengths, respectively), both with optical image stabilization. That’s one additional rear-facing video camera compared to the S20 Ultra’s three rear sensing units.
The S21’s 10 x lens will utilize a folded optic style like that of the S20’s telephoto video camera. We anticipate that Samsung will once again use hybrid zoom that reaches much further than that 10 x optical range.
Some other subtle video camera updates look to be en route, too. The primary 108- megapixel electronic camera gets a somewhat wider 24 mm (versus 26 mm) comparable lens. It will also get laser-assisted autofocus: something that the S20 Ultra didn’t offer however the Note 20 Ultra later on presented. And WinFuture says that in spite of the primary electronic camera sensor’s on-paper similarities to the last generation, this is a new sensor that must provide much better image quality than the last.
Samsung will require every advantage to take on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which we think is the very best mobile phone camera on the marketplace today. Historically, Samsung has taken more of a hardware-heavy method to mobile imaging, progressively using its own house-made sensors rather than grabbing Sony’s off the rack, and being early to adopt dual- and triple-lens video cameras on its devices.
Part of the reason Samsung has leaned so hard into advanced hardware is that its computational photography hasn’t stayed up to date with either Apple or Google. Only recently has it come up to par with features like Night Mode. Now it’s another year, and there’s more work to be done to catch up to the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Video may prove to be grounds for Samsung to level the playing field with Apple, too. It’s one area where software can just do so much without the ideal hardware behind it. Samsung has normally had huge specifications to tout when it concerns video– the S21 Ultra will provide 8K recording to the 12 Pro Max’s 4K– but the proof will remain in the footage. Samsung says it’s committed to continuing to press its abilities in this location.
There are a couple of notable non-camera-related details in WinFuture’s report. These specs verify a 6.8-inch screen with variable refresh rates from one to 120 Hz, a battery-saving relocation also adopted from the Note 20 Ultra. There’s also S Pen support, which will be offered separately.
Samsung will also follow Apple’s lead by shipping the S21 gadgets without wall chargers in package. The business will probably, like Apple, cite the environmental benefits as the inspiration for this change, though cynics among us will note that it’s likewise beneficial to each business’s bottom line. But the reduction of e-waste is no doubt a good thing, and Samsung’s use of USB-C rather than a proprietary connector ratings it even more ecological perk points.
There’s no validated launch date or rates yet for the S21 Ultra, though reports indicate an announcement on January 14 th.
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