Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21 +, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Price, Renders, Color Options Leaked Hours Before Launch

The launch event of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is just a few hours away and a big leak suggests that everything about the rumor of the upcoming three phones has been revealed. Famous tipster Ivan Blas aka @evleaks shared pricing, color options, design and even key specifications of the three anticipated phones – the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S 21+, and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Have done All three phones are powered by the Exynos 2100 SoC, in most markets and in the US by the Snapdragon 855 SoC. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has also been shown to support the S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21 +, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Price, Color Options (required)

Tipster Ivan Blas aka @evleaks has released a series of videos showing all the details of the three phones. Starting with the price, the tipster leaks that the most expensive Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra model can start at $ 1,199 (about Rs. 87,000). It is said to come in three options – 12 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, 12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage, and 16 GB RAM + 512 GB storage. Ultra models are reported to come in Phantom Silver and Phantom Black color options.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 + is expected to start at $ 999 (approx. Rs. 73,000) and can come in 8GB RAM + 128GB storage and 8GB RAM + 256GB storage models. This variant will come in Phantom Black, Phantom Silver and Phantom Violet Color Option. Finally, the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S21 is priced at $ 799 (approximately Rs 58,400) and comes in the same storage + RAM option as the Samsung Galaxy S 21+. The base model is tipped to be available in Phantom Gray, Phantom White, Phantom Violet, Phantom Pink options. All three phones are reported to go on sale on January 29.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Camera Specifications (expected)

Another video posted by Blass in the same video will include the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra’s Penta lens setup with f / 1.8 aperture, OIS, 0.8-micron pixel size and 108-megapixel wide-angle camera with PDAF. It will have a 12-megapixel dual pixel ultra-wide angel lens with f / 2.2 aperture, 1.4-micron pixel size and 120-degree view field. Ultra models can also include two 10-megapixel telephoto lenses – one with f / 4.9 aperture (10x zoom) and the other with f / 2.4 aperture (3x zoom). Both telephoto lenses support OIS and have a 1.22-micron pixel size. Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra also has a laser autofocus on board. The series is expected to offer an improved space zoom feature, enhanced Night Mode.

Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21 +, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Design (required)

For design, the Samsung Galaxy S21 base model and the Samsung Galaxy S 21+ are almost identical. They come with a triple camera setup inside a model with distinctive design. The Ultra model has five cameras at the back. All three phones feature Infinity-O display design. One of the videos also showed the S Pen case for the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. The S Pen sits on the side of the case, and the video employs the S Pen natively on the Ultra Model’s screen. If true, this would be the first Galaxy ‘S’ series handset to offer stylus support.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Design (required)

Blass also leaked the design of the rumored Galaxy Buds Pro which has an in-ear design and claims to cut exterior background noise by 99 percent. They come in Black, Blue and White options. It has been reported to offer four levels of ambient sound to suit the mood and has intelligent active noise cancellation that automatically understands when and when to block out background noise. It is said to support voice assistance and has a unique auto switch feature.

During the event, Samsung is also reported to be introducing a new SmartThing Find feature, which improves your search for nearby Galaxy devices. It will launch new smarttags to help you discover more things than just your gadgets.

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