Samsung has been on a roll in recent months as the company unleashed new high-end devices that were well-received by the public, with one of the most popular and expensive ones being the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, while the Samsung S20 FE 5G offered a more affordable price tag for many Samsung fans.
As the number one smartphone manufacturer in the world, Samsung has a heavy crown on its head, and the company is hard at work on the development of the Samsung Galaxy S21 range, which should come with impressive improvements.
While some may hope that Samsung will bestow major improvements to the next generation of Galaxy flagships, this may not be the case for the display, camera array, and battery. The Samsung S21 Ultra will come with a 6.8-inc panel, a 108MP sensor on the rear, and a generous 5,300 mAh battery.
Some sources argued that a switch to Dynamic AMOLED could be made, allowing the device to switch between 120Hz to 144Hz in the blink of an eye. The rear camera array should also sport some changes even if the same sensor is kept, as Samsung could refine the software to bring more features or make existing ones better.
A 10MP sensor can be found on the front of the Note 20 Ultra, but a new report notes that Samsung might use a 40MP selfie lens on the front of the S20 Ultra, a change that would make lots of selfie enthusiasts happy, especially if it can be paired with camera improvements.
Qualcomm’s finest should be present in the form of a bleeding-edge Snapdragon 875 paired with support for 5G, as the standard continues to become more popular around the world. It is theorized that a 65W fast-charger could also make an appearance, but most sources argue that Samsung will pick a 45W charger instead.