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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra tipped to feature 108MP camera, 65W fast charging

12 October 2020 0

Samsung's next-gen Android flagship will be part of the Galaxy S-series and is expected to be called Galaxy S21. As it has made the Galaxy S20 FE official, all the tipsters can now shift their focus on the next-gen successor. The latest leak claims that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with a 108-megapixel Penta-camera setup and support for 65W fast charging.

The leakster claims that Samsung will offer the new HM2 ISOCELL 108-megapixel sensor with the flagship. It will be an improved version of the HM1 sensor used in the Galaxy S20 series. The camera is said to be capable of offering 1080p recording at 240fps, 4K recording at 120fps, and 8K recording at 30fps. It seems like users will have access to a plethora of options when it comes to capturing images and recording videos.

Since it will be the high-end model, it is not surprising to hear that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will sport a Quad HD display panel. It will be a high refresh rate panel that could either be 120Hz or 144Hz. The interesting thing is that the phone is claimed to offer an "impressive battery life" despite offering such a high refresh rate. We will have to wait and see if this turns out to be correct.

The battery capacity on the phone will be 5,000mAh and it will be compatible with 65W Ultra-Fast charging. It is said that this fast charging tech will not damage the battery. If this is true, it will be another positive thing for potential buyers. This is pretty much what we have heard about the Galaxy S21 Ultra so far. We will keep you updated as more details will surface.



Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra tipped to feature 108MP camera, 65W fast charging
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