As is traditional, the full specs of Samsung’s Samsung Galaxy S21 range has leaked months before its release.
The leak is courtesy of AndroidPolice, who says they also saw official press renders of the device, which is the same as the earlier leaked CAD-based renders.
The specs are as follows.
|Specifications||Galaxy S21, O1||Galaxy S21+, T2||Galaxy S21 Ultra, P3|
|Display||6.2-inch FHD+ LTPS, 120hz||6.7-inch FHD+ LTPS, 120hz||6.8-inch WQHD+ LTPO, 1-120hz adaptive|
|Software||One UI 3.1 based on Android 11||One UI 3.1 based on Android 11||One UI 3.1 based on Android 11|
|CPU||Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100||Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100||Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100|
|Battery||4,000 mAh||4,800 mAh||5,000 mAh|
|Rear Camera||Ultra wide: 12MP|
|Ultra wide: 12MP|
|Ultra wide: 12MP|
Main: 108MP, Gen 2 sensor
3X Optical: 10MP
10X Optical: 10MP
|Connectivity||5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1||5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1||5G, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.1|
|Colors||Phantom Violet, Phantom Pink,|
Phantom Gray, and Phantom White
|Phantom Silver, Phantom Black,|
and Phantom Violet
|Phantom Black and Phantom Silver|
The revealed the base Samsung Galaxy S21 will have a plastic rear cover, while the S21 Ultra will a glass back.
There will be versions with the Snapdragon 875, and the Exynos 2100, with improved battery life. All devices will support at least 25w charging.
The S21 Ultra will feature an incredible 1600 nits peak brightness. They also confirm the device will support the S-Pen, but that this will not be included in the box. Cases will be available for pen storage.
The S21 Ultra will also feature a special camera setup, with two telephoto sensors: a 3x optical telephoto and a 10x optical “super” telephoto, and 100x Space Zoom will also make a return. The Note 20 Ultra’s Laser Focus will also show up in the Note 10 Ultra.
The cameras will support 60 fps recording, Super Steady Stabilization, 8K 30fps video, the ability to automatically switch between 30fps and 60fps depending on the lighting conditions and dual recording.
The S21+ and S21 Ultra will support UWP, which can be used with Samsung’s yet unreleased SmartThings trackers.
Pricing has not been release yet. Earlier reports have said the devices will hit shelves before the end of January 2021.