A new leak on the Galaxy S21 has surfaced online which reveals something very interesting about the device. According to the latest information coming to the device from a trusted whistleblower, Ice Universe, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will arrive with an S Pen this year. Although the whistleblower did not mention where he got this information from, he nevertheless stated that this information is accurate.
Interestingly, this isn’t the first time an informant has claimed the Galaxy S Pen would be bundled with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Previously, we have heard similar rumors and it also claims that with the S Pen’s transition to the Galaxy S series, Samsung will eventually phase out the Galaxy Note series and replace it with the Galaxy Z Fold line.
Information about the Galaxy S21 Ultra has been coming in massive and fast in the past few weeks. Previously, the key specs of the device had leaked online as a report claimed the Galaxy S21 Ultra will run the display at 1440p resolution and a quick 120Hz refresh rate together. The leak also claimed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will use an upgraded 108-megapixel HM3 sensor, which is reported to be capturing 12% more light than before.
However, there will be no 3D Time of Flight sensor on the device to complement the 108 megapixel main camera. Instead, the phone is tilted to use laser-assisted autofocus. The report also suggests that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support 45W charging and will have virtually no bezels to complete a clean look.
Other details available on the device include the Galaxy S21 Ultra with a screen that will be between 6.7 and 6.9 inches with the phone measuring approximately 165.1 × 75.6 × 8.9mm.
We also know that the phone, along with the other S21 series phones, could launch earlier than usual, as the series will arrive in January 2021. This would be the first version for a Samsung Galaxy S flagship. The phone is expected to launch in three models, including a high-end S21 Ultra with support for an S Pen and new camera features.
With the transition of the S Pen to the Galaxy S series, Samsung may eventually phase out the Galaxy Note series and replace it with the Galaxy Z Fold line.
- Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S21 Ultra in January.
- Your phone may have support for an S Pen.
- Samsung may eventually phase out the Galaxy Note series.