Samsung is expected to release its flagship Galaxy S21 series of the year in 2021 Q1, which includes the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 Ultra, with the Galaxy S21 Ultra as the strongest version. Samsung’s@Anthony Galaxy S21 Ultra features two platforms: the SnapDragon 875 and the Exynos 2100, which will be the two most powerful flagship processors in the Android camp, it was revealed today.
Not only that, but the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will feature a 2K-OLED display with a refresh rate of at least 120Hz (possibly 144Hz), a rear 100 million pixel five-camera system, a main camera sensing HM2, OIS optical stabilization support, and 8K 30fps video shooting.
What’s more, this time the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has been dramatically upgraded to a fast charge, supporting the 65W Ultra Flash for the first time, with a battery capacity of 5000mAh.
Notably, Qualcomm will release the SnapDragon 875 flagship processor on December 1st, with the first commercial SnapDragon 875 brands including Samsung, OPPO, Xiaomi and more, with Samsung expected to launch the Galaxy S21 series flagship around February 2021.