Galaxy S21 Ultra, the Samsung Best with 108 Mpx camera and FHD+ display at 120 Hz

We tell you everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, a mobile at the height of its surname that integrates a 5,000 mAh battery, the latest in Samsun processors and RAM and a versatile camera module with a 108-megapixel main sensor.

Samsung has just introduced the new Galaxy S21, mobiles that we've already told you all the details about, and now it's time to address the features of the S21 Ultra, a mobile that 'scares' by its features and is the new Koreans' top of the range by 2021. Until the Notes arrive if they arrive.

When Samsung puts that surname 'Ultra' on a mobile, we already know that both the camera and the screen will carry the latest technology from the Korean manufacturer. That's not to say that the rest of the line is sloppy, but Samsung's 'Ultra' mobiles have shown us that they are the most expensive because they carry the best that comes out of their 'labs' and, of course, it is a surname earned by pulse by one of the new S21s.

Curved display going at 6.8" QHD+ at 120 Hz

As has happened in recent generations, the S21 Ultra stands out from the rest of the family both for the curvature of the panel and for the design of the rear.

Yes, we have a matte finish on all three models and the contour is metallic, but when we look at the camera module, there is no doubt that it is the most advanced model of Koreans.

It is a huge module dubbed Contour Cut that features three sensors, the flash and an extra sensor that is a laser system for focus.

As I say, in the back it attracts attention, but if we rotate the terminal, we find a 6.8" (huge) panel that has curved sides.

The resolution is QHD+, which translates to 3,200 x 1,440 pixels and a density of 515 pixels per inch, of the highest on the market. Also, the good thing about this generation is that we can choose the maximum resolution at the maximum frequency since now we will be able to put the 120 Hz in QHD+.

It is an adaptive frequency ranging from 10 Hz to 120 Hz, something very intelligent that adapts the frequency of the panel to the content that we are playing and that helps to save battery.

Exynos 2100 with up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM

It seems that Samsung does not want to remain the ugly duckling of the high-end in terms of raw power and its semiconductor factory have cast the rest with the Exynos 2100.

It is an SoC created in a 5-nanometer process that has an eight-core processor. One of them goes to 2.9 GHz, another three to 2.8 GHz and four lower power to 2.2 GHz., No doubt, the speed of the eight cores is impressive and we want to test the terminal.

On the other hand, we have the Mali-G78 MP14 GPU with 14 cores and a RAM that depends on the storage configuration. The S21 Ultra with 128/256 GB of storage will have 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The model with 512 GB of storage will be the one that brings 16 GB.

The S21 Ultra, like its small siblings, supports Wi-F 6, has NFC and supports both NSA and SA 5G networks. And yes, it supports S-Pen, so you'll have to be careful to see what happens to Note 21.

The battery grows to 5,000 mAh and the box arrives without a charger

As for charging technology, the S21 Ultra is also identical to the rest of the family, but with a logical mAh boost to fill both the resolution and size of the screen.

In this case, we have 10 W wireless charging, reverse wireless charging with Qi devices and we will be able to charge the terminal at a maximum power of 25 W. However, you will have to buy the charger separately because Samsung will not include it in any of its models.

Regarding capacity, South Koreans have mounted a 5,000 battery, increasing the thickness of the mobile by one millimetre from the rest of the S21.

108 megapixels and zoom to see miles away

If we talk about the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, we find the latest technology again. The main sensor is 108 megapixels and will allow us something very interesting: take 12-bit photos in RAW format. This will allow editing in programs that support the format in which much less detail is lost to have higher quality images.

At night, it also promises to improve compared to the previous generation thanks to this sensor that has a night mode advanced with noise reduction and that we look forward to trying.

The wide angle is the same as in the rest of the family, but the telephoto lens changes. We have a telephoto lens of 10 Mpx f/4.9 that can offer a 10x optical zoom, but also a double TV with a 3x zoom. It is Samsung's first dual telephoto system and we can go to digital 100x with Space Zoom technology.

Regarding the software, we have the Snap 8K function to record at 8K, we will have a superstable mode at 60 fps, manual mode for video, and Vlogger mode to record with the rear and front cameras at the same time and the Single Capture mode that takes several photos and videos without having to do anything special.

The front camera goes to the 40 Mpx fridge.

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