The 12 + 256GB storage variant of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will be available in India for Rs 105,999. While the 16 + 512GB storage variant of the phone will come for Rs 1,16,999. The pre-order of the phone will start on January 25 while the sale will start on January 29.
Samsung’s flagship device Galaxy S21 Ultra has been launched. If we talk about India, then Galaxy S21 Ultra will be available in two storage variants 12GB RAM 256GB storage and 16GB RAM and 512GB storage variants. The phone will come in Phantom Titanium, Phantom Navy and Phantom Brown color options. It can be purchased from Exclusive Samsung.com. The phone’s 12 + 256GB storage variant will be available in India for Rs 1,05,999. While the 16 + 512GB storage variant of the phone will come for Rs 1,16,999. The pre-order of the phone will start on January 25, while the sale will start on January 29.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Offer
If customers can buy Samsung Galaxy s21 Ultra smartphone at Rs. 20,000 benefits. Up to Rs 5000 discount is being given on phone purchases with HDFC bank card. Also, many other types of discounts are included.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Specifications
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has a 6.8-inch Edge QHD + Dynamic Amoled 2X display. It will get protection of Gorilla Glass Victus. Its resolution will be 1,440×3,200 pixels. It will get support from 10Hz to 120Hz refreshed rate. Its peak brightness will be 1500nits. There will be support for this thing always on display. The Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone uses Snapdragon 888 as a processor. But the phone can be offered with the in-house processor Exynos 2100 in the Indian market. The phone uses Android 11 based One UI3.
Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra features an upgraded 108MP pro sensor, which will let users capture 12 bit HDR photos. The company claims the photos will have a much wider dynamic range than the previous generation devices.
Further, Samsung will now let users record video at 4K at the highest 60fps across all lenses, including front and on all the four lenses at the back. This will let users shift to a different perspective without a drop in quality. The company is also claiming an improved night performance thanks to the Bright Night sensor, which brings a better night mode, noise reduction, and 12MP Nona-binning technology.
With the Galaxy S21 Ultra, Samsung is making a lot of claims with the camera and the dual-telephoto lens system is definitely unique. We will have to wait and review the device to see how it actually translates into real-life usage.