Ever since the Galaxy S21 ultra was revealed, Samsung fans were eager to get their hands on it mainly because of the awesome camera features and adaptive display refresh rate. Usually, Samsung smartphones aren't good with their battery life, and consume batery life much faster but this isn't the case with the Galaxy S21 ultra. Most users are reporting more than 5 hours of on-screen time. The Galaxy Note 20 ultra is the first Galaxy phone with a variable rows refresh rate which allows the device to adapt and drop the refresh rate to 10Hz depending on the activity you are performing. It seems all very seamless while keeping the battery last longer.
The device has an ultra-wide camera that has dual pixel autofocus, and Samsung has enabled users to shot videos at 60 frames per second. The result is a more dynamic and sharper video that is better than anything you can get with its predecessors. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is priced at $1,199, which is $200 less costly than the S20 ultra. The new phone comes in a sleek design and offers a much faster-processing speed with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 chip. The in-screen fingerprint sensor is now bigger and it should be a bit easier for anyone to unlock this device.
Samsung didn't put the charger or microSD card slot to expand the storage but overall the S21 ultra looks like the most versatile Galaxy phone ever. The phone has a dual telephoto camera lens with 3x and 10x optical zoom that can get you very close to the subject. The S-Pen works in the same way as its predecessor. With a price tag of over $1,000, the S21 ultra isn't a cheap phone but it's a great phone with premium features. Samsung has already started its pre-order starting January 14. The phone will be released on January 29. The phone is available in Phantom Silver and Phantom Black colors but the matte finish looks sophisticated and expensive. Samsung will offer Phantom Navy, Phantom Titanium, and Phantom Brown colors as well.