Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S21 series on January 14, 2021. And that’s why we have been constantly seeing leaks about the phones. This appears online.
Most recently, a source from famous leaker Ice Universe has shared information that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be upgraded in terms of imaging capabilities compared to its predecessor. Just like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, this phone is also equipped with a 108MP sensor but is a new generation and Samsung has also removed the ToF camera on its next flagship model.
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In addition, Ice Universe also shared that although the main camera sensor on the Galaxy S21 Ultra will keep the number of pixels, it will be the ISOCELL HM3 – an upgrade over the ISOCELL Bright HM1 found in the S20 Ultra. This new sensor is said to deliver 12% better light sensitivity, helps bring in more details, and will take low-light shots a bit faster.
The disappearance of the ToF sensor on the Galaxy S21 will be offset by Laser AF. While this may sound like a downgrade, it is actually the same solution on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – another Samsung flagship currently available.
In addition to the camera, Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to possess many other valuable upgrades such as stronger performance coming from Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 chip and improved battery life. Let’s wait and see!