Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 +
the Samsung galaxy s21 starts at $ 799 while the S21 + starts at $ 999. The Galaxy S21 will be available in purple, gray, pink, and white color options, while the S21 + will be available in purple, silver, and black. Exclusive gold and red colors will also be available direct from Samsung.
Like previous Samsung smartphones, the biggest difference between these two is in screen size. The S21 has a 6.2 inch dynamic AMOLED display with 2400 x 1080 resolution while the S21 + has a 6.7 inch display of the same quality. Besides the screen size, the other main difference is in the battery capacity – the S21 has a 4000mAh battery while the S21 + has a larger 4800mAh cell inside. Both run on Snapdragon 888 processors and come with 8GB of RAM, 128GB or 256GB of storage, and 5G support.
Both handsets are equipped with Samsung’s new triple-lens rear camera system, which includes an ultra-wide lens, wide-angle lens, and 64 MP telephoto lens. Samsung has added a bunch of new camera features including 8K Snap, which lets you capture high quality stills from 8K video footage; Vlogger View, which allows you to shoot video from front and rear cameras at the same time and record multiple microphones. There are also new security provisions with Knox Vault and even a feature called Private Sharing, which gives you the flexibility to choose exactly who you share data with and for how long they can access it.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
The 5G compatible Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra starts at $ 1,299 and is available in black and silver. Additional titanium, navy and brown color options will be exclusively available directly through Samsung.
the S21 Ultra is the largest of the three smartphones announced today with its 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED display, 3200×1440 resolution. Not only is it the brightest screen on a Galaxy handset capable of reaching 1,500 nits of brightness, but it also adjusts refresh rates from 48Hz to 120Hz depending on what you’re doing.
The camera system is even beefier on the Ultra than on the S21 and S21 +. It packs four rear cameras – ultra-wide, wide, and dual telephoto lenses – as well as an upgraded professional 108 MP sensor that allows the camera to capture 12-bit HDR photos and 64 times more color data and range. dynamic more than three times wider. The front and rear camera bays support 4K video at 60 fps and those who need extremely detailed footage can opt for the 12-bit RAW file option. On top of that, the cameras of the S21 Ultra have all the new features of the S21 and S21 +, as well as a few extras like the improved night mode.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra also supports ultra broadband capabilities and WiFi 6E, the former of which will allow the handset to do things like remotely unlocking car doors and the latter bringing even faster internet connections. It also takes a page on the Note family book with S-Pen support. Although the handset does not come with the stylus, you will be able to use one to take notes, doodle, and interact with the device.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro cost $ 200 and are available in silver, black, and purple. You can order them today on Samsung.com, while other retailers will start selling them tomorrow, January 15th.
here are the latest versions the company’s wireless headphones, and they seem to be taking notes at once Galaxy Buds + and the Galaxy Buds Live. Their updated design is less intrusive and IPX7 rated, allowing them to better handle heavy sweating sessions or an accidental dunk in the water. Samsung has improved the microphones for better call quality and added adjustable active noise cancellation, 360 Audio, and an auto-switching feature that allows Samsung smartphone and tablet users to quickly switch between devices when using headphones.