With the release of the Note20 series flagship in the second half of the year, the main focus of Samsung’s mobile phone department has been on the new Galaxy S21 series that will be launched early next year. Although there is still nearly half a year before the appearance of the phone, the current appearance And the revelations of configuration have been very intensive. Now there is the latest news. Recently, a well-known foreign whistleblower said that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra released early next year will use a 100-megapixel five-camera combination.
According to the latest news released by @Anthony, a well-known foreign news expert, the new Galaxy S21 Ultra will use a 2K+ OLED display that supports 120Hz/144Hz refresh rate; the rear is equipped with 100 million pixels, five cameras, and OIS optical image stabilization. It also supports 8K 30fps video shooting. In addition, this time the machine also has a built-in 5000mAh super-capacity battery, and is equipped with a 65W ultra-fast flash charge for the first time.
In other respects, according to previously exposed news, the new Samsung Galaxy S21 series will still include the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra, and will be launched with the new Snapdragon 875 and Samsung Exynos 1000 (Exynos 2100) mobile platforms. Both chips use the 5nm process and will use the "1+3+4" eight-core design, of which "1" is the super-large core Cortex X1. The peak performance is 23% higher than that of the Cortex A78. It can be called a "super-large core" in the true sense. ". In addition, the machine will also introduce the iconic accessory of the Note series-the S Pen stylus. If the news is true, then this will be the first time the S series is equipped with a stylus.
It is reported that the new Samsung Galaxy S21 series flagship will be officially unveiled in Q1 of 2021. It will be launched with two 5nm flagship chips, Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 and Samsung Exynos 1000, and will bring more highlights in camera and fast charging. . More detailed information, we will wait and see.