So Samsung is back in the market with its first flagship smartphone in 2021 Samsung Galaxy S21. Samsung is going to release three models of Samsung Galaxy S21 which are S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra starting with Rs.69, 999, Rs. 89,999 and Rs. 1, 05,999 respectively. All these phones are 5G phones. Pre-orders for these smartphones start from Jan 15, 2021. In this article, our discussion is going to be limited to the Samsung Galaxy S21 only.
Samsung went all out with this year’s release but the sad part is that no charger and earphone is coming with the S21. Samsung mentioned the same reason as Apple which is they are supporting the environment. But Samsung understands the market well that’s why during the pre-order time they’re just literally giving away Galaxy Buds Pro, SmartTag for free, and a Rs. 10,000 Samsung Shop Voucher.
Samsung Galaxy S21 is available in four colors, which are Phantom Gray, Phantom Pink, Phantom White, and Phantom Violet. Among the three models, S21 is the smallest comes with 6.2 inches long Dynamic AMOLED 2X of resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and has 20:9 aspect ratios. The display also had HDR10+ certification and comes with the Eye Comfort Shield of Samsung. In India, S21 is powered by Exynos 2100 processor which is a 2.2 Hz Octa-core processor and GPU Mali-G78 MP14. S21 has a battery of 4000mAh battery and runs on Android 11with One UI. Samsung Galaxy S21 is available in two variants, one 128 GB storage and the other one is 256 GB storage and comes without a microSD card slot. The fingerprint sensor is 27% larger which makes unlocking the phone a bit easy and fast. The S21 has a peak brightness of 1,300 nits.
Samsung galaxy S21 DESIGN
S21 has a standard plastic back instead of glass with a matte finish and has a contoured rear camera bump design with a metal frame around the cameras. There’s a plastic back because Samsung wants to reduce the price of the S21 and that is the reason that there’s no charger and earphones with mobile.
Samsung S21 CAMERA Review
Talking about the cameras, the hardware of the S21 is almost similar to the previous phone but Samsung has made much improvement in the AI and software which surely gives better pictures. Now, the S21 has a triple camera setup with a primary wide-angle lens of 12MP, an Ultra wide lens of 12MP too, and a telephoto lens of 64 MP with 30x space zoom and 3x optic hybrid zoom. Camera improvement includes a Single take feature with which you can take a bunch of pictures and stills with a single click. There’s a new Director’s View feature too with which you can use the front and rear camera simultaneously so that you can switch for the best shot for your video. Portrait mode is decent too.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN S21, PLUS, AND ULTRA
Starting with prices, S21 is the cheapest of the other two and its starting price is Rs.69,999 while Plus and Ultra are starting with Rs. 89,999 and Rs. 1,05,999 respectively.
S21, Plus, and Ultra share the same new contoured rear camera bump design with the central punch-hole front camera. The main difference in the design is only in their size. Among all three Galaxy S21 models, S21 is the smallest with a screen 6.2 inches long, while S21 Plus is 6.7 inches long and the S21 Ultra is 6.8 inches long. Another difference is that Ultra has curved edges while S21 and Plus has a flat edge. Galaxy S21 has a polycarbonate rear i.e. a plastic back just like Galaxy Note 20 while the Galaxy S21 Plus and Ultra has Gorilla Glass Victus on their back.
The S21 Ultra has a QHD display while S21 Plus and S21 has Full HD display
We have the same triple camera setup on S21 and S21 Plus comprising of a 12MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 64MP telephoto camera. And one front camera of 10 MP. On the other hand, S21 Ultra offers much more as it has a Quad camera setup of one Main camera of 108MP, an ultra.
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