If just yesterday Roland Quandt filtered the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra from all angles, now the German leaker has just unveiled what, he says, are all the specifications of the future Samsung flagship. While it is true that it is still a leak, Quandt’s track record speaks for itself. To put it in context, he has been in charge of filtering the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, the Huawei FreeBuds Studio, and even the Google Nest Audio, among other devices.
The Quandt leak marries everything we’ve seen so far from the device. The German confirms the Dynamic AMOLED screen up to 120 Hz, the quad rear camera (and its peculiar arrangement), and the processor, a certain Exynos 2100 that has not yet been presented.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Leaked Specs
|SAMSUNG GALAXY S21 ULTRA|
|DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT||165,1 x 75,6 x 8,9 mm
Resolution WQHD + (3,200 x 1,440 pixels)
Gorilla Glass Victus
Snapdragon 888 5G (USA)
|MEMORIA RAM||12 GB|
|INTERNAL STORAGE||128, 256, 512 GB|
|REAR CAMERA||108 MP (f/1.8, 79º, 24 mm, 1/1,33″, OIS)
Gran angular 12 MP (f/2.2, 120º, 13 mm, 1/2,55″, AF)
Telephoto 10 MP (zoom x3, f/2.4, 35º 13 mm, 1/3,24″, OIS)
Telephoto 10 MP (zoom x10, f/4,9, 10º, 240 mm, 1/3,24″, OIS)
|FRONT CAMERA||40 MP (f/2.2, 80º, 1/2,8″, 25 mm)|
Fast charging 45W
charging Reverse wireless charging
|OPERATING SYSTEM||Android 11 con One UI 3.1|
USB Type C
DualSIM + eSIM
Samsung’s flagship unveiled
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, always sticking to what is filtered by Quandt, will have a design that has little or nothing to do with what was previously seen. The rear will be flat and will be available in black and Phantom Silver (silver), but the upper left module is striking, which expands from the corner and houses the four main cameras. Now we will talk about its specific specifications.
It will not be a precisely light or small mobile, since it will measure 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9 millimeters and weigh neither more nor less than 228 grams. Quandt claims that it will be waterproof thanks to the IP68 certification and that it will have wireless and reverse wireless charging, so it is more than likely that the back is made of glass. Another striking element is the S-Pen, which Quandt says is optional and can be purchased separately, or together with a silicone case and a Clear View case.
As for the screen, Samsung seems to continue betting on perforated AMOLED panels. Specifically, we have a 6.8-inch AMOLED screen with WQHD + resolution (3,200 x 1,440 pixels) and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz , although it will adapt according to the battery saving settings. The screen, by the way, will be protected by Gorilla Glass Victus .
And what about the interior? Apparently, Samsung will continue with its strategy of launching phones with Exynos worldwide, except in the United States, where its smartphone will mount the Snapdragon 888 5G. In Europe, Quandt points out, we will have the Exynos 2100. This processor has not been presented yet, but the German claims that it is an eight-core processor with a maximum speed of 2.8 GHz and that it has 5G.
It will be accompanied by 12 GB of RAM (it is not specified if there will be more options) and between 128, 256, and 512 GB of internal storage. The battery, for its part, will be 5,000 mAh and will have 45W fast charging and wireless charging. All of this will bring Android 11 to life with One UI 3.1. Something to keep in mind is that Samsung, Quandt says, will not include a charger (yes the cable), headphones, or a case.
Finally, the leaker has also revealed the information about the cameras. The main sensor will have a resolution of 108 megapixels, 0.8-micron pixels, a size of 1 / 1.33 inches, and optical image stabilization. At first glance, it seems that it is the same sensor as the S20 Ultra, so we will have to see if there are differences in the final results.
In any case, the novelties are in the accessory lenses. Quandt points out that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have two telephones, one with a three optical zoom and the other with a 10 x optical zoom. However, they will have different fields of view (35º and 10º, respectively) and different focal lengths (72 and 240 millimeters, respectively). Both sensors have optical stabilization.
The fourth lens is a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens with f / 2.2 aperture and 120º field of view. It has PDAF and a second laser-assisted focusing system. Selfies, meanwhile, will have a resolution of no more than 40 megapixels. What’s more, Quandt claims that this sensor will be capable of recording up to 8K resolution at 30 frames per second.
As we said before, none of this data is official, so you will have to wait for the presentation to find out about doubts, know its availability and, of course, discover the price. Some leaks suggest that this could be at least 1,399 euros, but from time to time.