Here are the specs that you might have missed with Samsung’s new premium smartphone:
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is the first to have the new powerful OLED display that other smartphones don’t have these days. Based on the company’s press release, the new OLED display is likely to consume 16% lesser than the other smartphones. This is thanks to the new “just-developed organic material” that would make the “electrons flow faster and more easily across the display’s organic layer.”
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Power Efficient OLED Display
Based on the company’s explanation, this distinct technology of “OLED panels can create brighter light while consuming less power, which improves the battery lifetime.” This has been confirmed as it has been observed that the most energy-consuming in a smartphone would be its screen display itself. Samsung has confirmed this first with The Verge, stating that the new phone would have LTPO ( Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) display. But before this technology found in any smartphone in the future, this one was first found on smartwatches such as the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2.
The new series includes 6.2-inch standard Galaxy S21, 6.7-inch Galaxy S21+, and 6.8-inch Galaxy S21 Ultra with price ranges starting at $799, up to $1,199.99.
But, are these devices really worthy of their prices? Let’s take a look inside it and compare, based on PBKreviews.
Choosing smartphones nowadays is filled with lots of options. Whether you’re looking for the cheapest brand, the well-known model, or simply looking for the regular ones; there is already an option for you to choose from.
However, one thing that differentiates Samsung smartphones from other brands is their non-changing hardware design.