Samsung presents its new range of Galaxy S21 smartphones

Samsung has launched its new range of smartphones, the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra.

At the top of the range, the S21 Ultra smartphones is the company’s latest flagship model focused on photography. It has a 6.8-inch WQHD+ display (3200 x 1440 pixel resolution) with an 11hz refresh rate at 120Hz on the front, which will be usable to be used in full resolution, unlike the Galaxy S20 ultra model.

On the back of the phone are four cameras, made up of a 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 108MP wide-angle main lens and two 10MP telephoto lenses, with a 40MP selfie lens.

Samsung is introducing a new design where the lens blends in with the phone, which looks sleeker than its other phones where the lens sticks out.

Inside the device, Samsung offers 12GB or 16GB of RAM, along with 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of storage, as well as a 5000mAh battery.

In particular, the S21 Ultra will be compatible with Samsung’s S-Pen stylus. In contrast to the Galaxy Note series, which keeps the stylus lodged in your body, it will need to be kept out of the device; Samsung sells specialized cases that keep the stylus safe when not in use.

“We are committed to innovating new mobile experiences that are seamless and seamless to make our consumers’ lives easier and better. We have made the bold decision to expand the S Pen experience to the Galaxy S21 Ultra, and plan to expand the S Pen experience to other device categories in the future,” said TM Roh, president and chief mobile communications business officer, Samsung.

For internet connections, the device supports 5G and Wi-Fi 6e, and also has ‘digital key’ functionality to unlock compatible cars, as the S21+ does. The S21 Ultra will cost $1,199.99. The three phones of Samsung’s new S21 line</p>” data-gallery-length=”3″ height=”726″ i-amphtml-layout=”responsive” layout=”responsive” on=”tap:inline-image-gallery,inline-image-carousel.goToSlide(index=1)” role=”button” src=”” srcset=” 320w, 2021/01/14/09/newFile-4.jpg?quality=75&width=640&auto=webp 640w” tabindex=”0″ width=”982″>

The three phones of Samsung’s new S21 line

The S21+, the middle sibling, has similar, but lower, specs. A 6.7-inch display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and a frequency of 48-120Hz, comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of ROM, and a 4,800mAh battery.

The triple camera suite is comprised of a 12MP wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lens, as well as a 64MP telephoto lens and a 10MP selfie camera. This will be priced at $999.99.

The S21, meanwhile, has a 6.2-inch display with the same refresh rate as the S21+ and the same camera setup. The only big difference is the battery, which is significantly smaller, 4,000mAh and, of course, the price: $799.99.

In addition to the new smartphones, Samsung has also revamped its Galaxy Buds with Galaxy Buds Pro. These feature IPX7 waterproofing to protect an 11mm woofer inside. Samsung introduced its new wireless headphones</p>” data-gallery-length=”3″ height=”726″ i-amphtml-layout=”responsive” layout=”responsive” on=”tap:inline-image-gallery,inline-image-carousel.goToSlide(index=2)” role=”button” src=”” srcset=” 320w, 2021/01/14/09/newFile-5.jpg?quality=75&width=640&auto=webp 640w” tabindex=”0″ width=”982″>

Samsung introduced its new wireless headphones

The wireless earbuds also have adjustable noise cancellation with four ambient sound levels and the ability to automatically switch when it recognizes conversations start and end for smoother use. Samsung also claims the earbuds can run for an hour after just five minutes of charging.

The Galaxy Buds Pro will be priced at $297.

Like Apple’s latest iPhones, Samsung’s Galaxy range doesn’t come with headphones or chargers in the box.

“We believe that phasing out charger and headphone plugs from our device packaging can help address sustainable consumption issues and remove any pressure consumers may feel to continually receive unnecessary accessories with their new phones,” said Patrick Chomet, Samsung executive vice president and head of the Customer Experience Office. Mobile Communications Business.

“We’ve also implemented standardized USB-C charging ports since 2017, so older chargers can still be compatible with our newer Galaxy models.”