Along with the Galaxy S21 and S21 +, Samsung has also revealed the high-end version of its flagship smartphone, the S21 Ultra.
First of all, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is available in ‘Phantom Black’ and ‘Phantom Silver’ (colors matter, okay?). The 128GB variant of the phone costs $ 1,649.99, the 256GB variant is priced at $ 1,719.99, and lastly, the 512GB variant that is only available in Phantom Black is $ 1,889.
Unlike the S21 and S21 +, the S21 Ultra features very few compromises and is similar to the S20 Ultra in several respects. This includes the same 5,000 mAh battery, WQHD + display, and compatibility with the Note and Tab’s S Pen stylus. However, it is worth noting that the S Pen is available separately and those interested will need to buy one or use the stylus from another Samsung device they have already purchased.
Samsung Canada says it has plans to sell the case and the S20 Ultra Case S Pen together as a bundle. That said, it’s unclear when the accessory will be available or how much it will cost. Also, the S20 Ultra will not support specific Bluetooth S Pen features like ‘Air Gestures’.
One of the most notable updates to the smartphone is its 120Hz adaptive update screen that works when the phone is set to the highest WQHD + resolution. No previous Samsung device has offered this functionality.
Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra will be available at Samsung Experience stores and participating carriers on January 29. Pre-orders for the smartphone are available on January 14. If you reserve this device, you will also get Galaxy Buds Pro and a free Galaxy SmartTag.
To learn more about the Galaxy S21 and S21 +, follow this link.