Review Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G – Samsung finally officially issued its newest flagship in 2021 by presenting the Galaxy S21 Series consisting of the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra carries a 6.8-inch diagonal Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED design which is slightly smaller than last year’s Galaxy S20 Ultra, but still retains curved edges and now features Gorilla Glass Victus protection.
The screen with WQHD + resolution also supports a 120Hz refresh rate and there is an Adjustable Refresh Rate feature that can adjust the refresh rate up to 10Hz.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra’s screen also has a peak brightness of 1,500 nits which makes it the brightest Samsung Galaxy device, and the new generation ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is not left behind to unlock faster.
Like the S21 and S21 +, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has also undergone changes to the rear camera design. However, the ultra version has more cameras and makes the camera module appear to almost fill the back.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra has a total of four rear cameras. It consists of a 108 megapixel main camera using a new sensor with 9-in-1 pixel binning technology which is then paired with a 12 megapixel ultrawide lens with Dual Pixel AF.
Next what you’ll get is a pair of 10 megapixel telephoto lenses. The first supports 10x optical zoom and the second only has 3x zoom to fill in the mid-range zoom gap.
The main camera of this phone is capable of producing 12-bit HDR photos with 64 times richer color data and more than three times wider dynamic range.
Apart from that, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is also the first Samsung smartphone to support 4K 60fps video recording with all cameras. Almost overlooked, we also get a single 40 megapixel camera in the punch hole for taking selfies or video calls.
One of the big changes in the Galaxy S21 Ultra is the presence of S Pen support as rumored so far to help users do work more easily.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra comes powered by the new flagship chipset Exynos 2100 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 which is suddenly built on a 5nm process combined with 16GB RAM and 512GB of native storage.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra has Wi-Fi 6SE support, IP68 rated protection, and it runs the Android 11 OS with One UI 3 which has several exclusive features especially related to the S Pen.
There is also a battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh, which is large enough to allow the Galaxy S21 Ultra to continue to be used for exciting activities throughout the day.
More complete with the support of 25W Super Fast Charging technology which can charge 50% in 30 minutes. The Galaxy S21 Ultra also has 15W wireless charging and reverse charging features.