Samsung Galaxy S21 to come with five cameras, faster charging tech
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to come with a massive 5,000mAh battery that will be supported by a 65W ultra-fast charging technology.
Samsung, back in August, launched its next-generation tablets, that is, the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones. Now that this year's premium budget smartphones are out, we can shift our focus to the company's next-generation smartphones. That is the Galaxy S21 series smartphone.
While it is too soon to speculate what the Galaxy S21 series will have in store for us, a new report details what we should expect from the Galaxy S21 Ultra. A report by the tipster who goes by the name Anthony on Twitter, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with five cameras.
The tipster says that the phone will come with a penta-camera setup with ISOCELL Bright HM2 sensor that powers the 108-megapixel primary camera. It will offer two video resolutions. One is 1080 pixels at a speed of 240fps and the other is 8K resolution at a speed of 30fps. Additionally, the phone is expected to get a 4K display with a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The Power of Exynos allows Galaxy S21 Ultra to have:— Anthony (@TheGalox_) October 10, 2020
1080p 240fps, 4k 120hz, 8k 30fps video recording.
Penta camera system with a HM2 108mp sensor
65w Ultra fast charging while not damaging the 5,000 mah battery
1440p 120 or 144hz display while having impressive battery life.
Coming to the battery, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to come with a massive 5,000mAh battery that will be supported by a 65W ultra-fast charging technology. For reference, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which was launched earlier this year, comes with a 5,000mAh battery with support for 45W fast charging technology. If this report is true, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with a battery that is not only more efficient but also charges faster than all other Galaxy S-series smartphones launched so far.