Earlier this week we saw Samsung launched its greatest of all Galaxy S21 series. Powering the phone is the new Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100 chipset. While the new iteration isn’t a major upgrade from the previous Galaxy S20 series. However, there are some noticeable differences that can make it a worth upgrade. So we have almost covered all of the major differences between the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 series.
Samsung Galaxy S21 vs Galaxy S20
The Galaxy S21 is now having a FHD+ resolution, previously it was QHD+ on S20. However, to use the 120Hz refresh rate on Galaxy S20 we had to drop the resolution to 1080 only. On the other hand, the Galaxy S21 now has adaptive 120hz which is a major upgrade. A new and more powerful processor with better efficiency. There’s a new flat screen and the protection is now even better with the Gorilla Glass Victus. The starting price of the Galaxy S21 is now dropped by almost 150EUR.
However, there is no microSD card slot, neither it comes with a charger in the box. Also, a major point to be noted is that the new Galaxy S21 has a plastic back. The camera remains the same majorly.
Samsung Galaxy S21+ vs Galaxy S20+
The Galaxy S21+ is thankfully having a glass back which is even stronger than galaxy S20+ as the new-gen has Gorilla glass Victus at the back as well as at the front. The Galaxy S21+ also has a flat display with FHD+ resolution, instead of a curved display with QHD+ resolution. The battery is now bumped up from 4500 mAh to 4800 mAh.
The S21+ also features UWB support, prices have also been reduced from 1099 EUR for Galaxy S20+ to 1050 EUR for the Galaxy S21+. However, there is no microSD card slot nor it comes with a charger or earphones in the box. It also lacks the ToF sensor which was present in the Galaxy S20+. No major change to be seen on the camera department
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra vs Galaxy S20 Ultra
The new Galaxy S21 Ultra has filled up all the gaps of improvements that were missing in the Galaxy S20 Ultra. To start with it has a variable refresh rate which can go down to 10Hz when needed. It also retains the QHD+ resolution even on 120Hz and it also has a curved display. The gorilla glass Victus is present to protect the front and the back of the phone which is stronger than the previous gen.
On the camera department, there’s a new 108 MP sensor which is better than last year’s sensor. a new 10x optical zoom camera followed by a second 3x telephoto lens. 4k at 60fps video recording is available for all the lenses. Now the galaxy S21 Ultra supports S pen as well. the new processor and RAM of 16 GB is faster than the previous one. The 45w fast charging is now dropped to 25W only. No MicroSD card slot and neither does it comes with a charger or earphones in the box.
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