All about the Samsung Galaxy S21: why there won’t be a Galaxy Note in 2021

After seeing that Apple achieves all its goals in terms of top phones with a single annual release, Samsung seems to be planning to do the same.

As we get closer to the upcoming Samsung smartphone launch conference, more and more rumors about the Galaxy S21 series of gadgets are circulating on the internet.

The most important detail about the new terminals is that there will be three, Galaxy S21, S21 and S21 Ultra. All will be revealed on January 12. In terms of specifications, the Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus will be built around a Full HD panel with a 120Hz refresh rate.

The diagonals of the screens remain unchanged compared to a year ago. The S21 will use a 6.2-inch AMOLED screen, the S21 will use a 6.7-inch AMOLED, while the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will use an LTPO panel with a native resolution of 1440p and a diagonal of 6.8 inches, one inch less than its predecessor.

Unlike any other Galaxy S in the last decade, the S21 Ultra seems to support the interaction with the S Pen, the stylus you traditionally saw associated with the Note series. Unfortunately for fans of this accessory, the stylus will not be included in the package, but you will have to buy it separately. In addition, you will not be able to hide it in the phone case, but you will have to take a Samsung case that can accommodate it without any problems. Unfortunately, in this form with accessories purchased separately, the S21 Ultra could be the only Note that fans will see in 2021.

Opposite the quality of construction, the S21 will have a plastic back, while the S21 Ultra will use glass. Inside, all will use either a Snapdragon 875 from Qualcomm or a future Exynos 2100 produced in-house by Samsung. The pre-installed operating system will be Android 11 masked by One UI 3.1, while the batteries will be 4000 mAh for S21, 4800 mAh for S21 and 5000 mAh for S21 Ultra. Prices are unknown at this time.

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