The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will be able to run its screen at both 1440p and 120Hz, thanks to a new LTPO-backed panel.
The headliner of Samsung's January-inbound flagship line is said to have exclusive dibs on the 1440p/120Hz mode, reportedly leaving the Galaxy S21 and S21+ to run at either 1080p/120Hz or 1440p/60Hz.
The other rumor comes up for the second time - the Galaxy S21 Ultra will use an updated 108MP HM3 sensor, which will reportedly be 12% more light sensitive. Samsung is said to be skipping the 3D Time of Flight sensor alongside the 108MP main camera and instead will use laser-assisted autofocus, like on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
S21 U— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 10, 2020
WQHD + LTPO 120Hz
Almost equal width bezel
Finally the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support 45W charging and have virtually equal bezels around the display. The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a slightly thicker bottom bezel and tops out at 25W charging.
S20 was a huge change from S10, espec in the camera department. What.are.you.talking.about?
Ditch the S21+ and give us a s21e
Most companies don't bring huge changes in one year, just look at Apple, besides the new old iPhone 5 design, a faster processor there is barely any difference from iPhone 11 pro max.