26 November 2020
UPDATE (November 9th, 2020):
A fresh Galaxy S21 Ultra leak has emerged that claims that Samsung has made slight improvements to the main 108-megapixel camera sensor. Ice Universe, a reliable tipster related to Samsung stuff, has tweeted that the next-gen flagship will arrive with the ISOCELL HM3 sensor with 0.8μm pixels size. There will be laser autofocus but no Time of Flight (ToF) sensor in the camera setup. The new sensor is said to be 12% better at capturing light which means it will be able to offer slightly more details in low-light shots.
Galaxy S21 Ultra is a small improved version of S20 Ultra. Using HM3 sensor, single pixel is still 0.8um, 108MP, laser focus, no ToF.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 6, 2020
Original (October 26th, 2020)
It is time for a new Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra leak that gives an idea of what to expect from the next-gen flagship. The leak is coming from well-known tipster Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) in collaboration with 91Mobiles. It is essentially about Galaxy S21 Ultra specifications including all major aspects.
The leak claims that Galaxy S21 Ultra will sport a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED "2X" display. It is not confirmed but we are expecting that to be a 2K display panel as it will be the most premium variant in the Galaxy S21 series. It is said to be a high refresh rate panel with either 120Hz or 144Hz support but nothing is confirmed yet.
The primary rear camera on the phone is rumored to be a 108-megapixel sensor and the front camera to be a 40-megapixel sensor. There are no details about other camera sensors or what type of technology. The battery capacity is tipped to be 5,000mAh which is a significant one and should be able to last for a day. It will run the latest Android 11 layered with One UI 3.0 out of the box
Samsung is said to be referring to the Galaxy S21 Ultra internally as O3 and the model number is SM-G998U. There are speculations that the Galaxy S21 series launch will happen as soon as in January. We will keep you updated as and when more information will become available.