Samsung’s new smartphone, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is getting to be launched by the company in a couple of hours. The phone is getting to be launched because the company’s most premium device of the Galaxy S21 series and can bring a tag to reflect the same. While there’s no official word on the pricing yet, the company is predicted to launch the phone around the Rs 1,00,000 price point in India.
Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy S21 series phones today
To justify the exorbitant price, Samsung is tipped to announce pre-order offers at the time of the launch of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. As per reliable tipster, Evan Blass, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will get a packaged deal for pre-orders, with the company tipped to bundle the phone with a pair of Galaxy Buds Pro (expected to cost 230) and thus the SmartTag which may be unveiled at the Unpacked event alongside the S21 phones.
For now, there is no clarity if the offer is getting to be available to Indian buyers also, but there’s an honest chance that it’s getting to only be available to buyers within the US and maybe in Europe, with Indian buyers extended not so favorable a deal. If it happens to be the case, it’ll be very disappointing for Samsung fans in India because the S21 Ultra in India is for certain to be launched at a high price point. And intrinsically for Samsung to deny buyers in India the offer it’s extending elsewhere is getting to be a big breach of trust.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra could be the flagship of the series
Regardless of what Samsung offers in conjunction with the phone in India, we do know what the phone will bring with itself in terms of specifications and features. As per the most recent leak, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will get a 6.8-inch Infinity-O display which may support an adaptive refresh rate that can go as high as 120Hz. The panel is additionally tipped to be covered by a sheet of Gorilla Glass Victus for added protection.
Under the hood, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is being tipped to be powered by an Exynos 2100 SoC chipset, with markets just like us and South Korea set to urge the Snapdragon 888 SoC. In India, the phone will feature the Exynos chipset. For cameras, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is tipped to urge four cameras at the rear, with the rear set-up set to include a 108-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel secondary lens, and two other 10-megapixel lenses. For selfies, there’s expected to be a 40-megapixel lens. Keeping the sunshine on the device is tipped to be a 4800mAh battery claimed to support up to 25W fast wired charging and up to 15W fast wireless charging.