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Samsung Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra Photos Leaked and Camera Specs Confirmed

The launch of Samsung Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra is right about the corner and even before the official release of the phone, YouTuber @sakitech was successful in releasing the picture of both the upcoming smartphones. Not only that, but camera specifications are also confirmed.

The leaked pictures suggest that Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra sports a quad-camera setup comprising 108 megapixels second-generation 0.8um 100MP HM3 main sensor, 12 megapixels ultrawide lens Sony IMX563 Gen5 architecture sensor, and two telephoto sensors one providing 10x optical variable zoom while the other provides 3x optical variable zoom.

On the contrary, Samsung Galaxy S21 will sport the same triple camera same as of Galaxy S21+. So, the triple camera setup comprises a 12-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel ultrawide lens, and a 64-megapixel telephoto lens. Unlike Galaxy S21 Ultra, S21+ and S21 will not feature two telephoto sensors.

Not long ago, the tempered film of all the three Galaxy S21s also got leaked. The leaks suggest that Galaxy S21 will feature a 6.3-inch FHD+ display, Galaxy S21+ will feature a 6.7-inch FHD+ display, whereas the S21 ultra will feature the 6.7-inch WQHD+ display – the largest of all displays yet. All the displays will have a 120Hz refresh rate.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra Photos Leaked and Camera Specs
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Leaks also suggest that the Galaxy S21 will have a 4000 mAh battery packed in a plastic back. Whereas the Galaxy S21+ will feature a 4800 mAh packed in a glass back cover. However, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have a massive 5000 mAh battery inside a glass back cover.

That is pretty much what we know about the upcoming Samsung flagship. According to the reports, the smartphones will make their debut on January 29, 2021.

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