Seoul/New Delhi, Oct 12 : After launching the premium Note 20 series, Samsung is now planning to launch 2021 flagship Galaxy S20 Ultra with 65W fast charging support and 108MP camera system.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with the company’s own Samsung HM2 108-megapixel primary camera in the Penta-camera, which as the name indicates, is a successor to the HM1 sensor launched last year, reports GizmoChina.
The phone will have support for 1080p recording at 240fps, 4K recording at 120fps, and 8K recording at 30fps.
“The smartphone will be powered by a 5,000mAh battery and will have support for 65W fast charging technology, which the company is already working on,” the report said.
Earlier, it was being reported that the phone could have 60W charging support.
Meanwhile, a lot of flagship phones launching next year will most likely support 100W+ (proprietary and Quick Charge 5.0) fast charging, it will be unwise for Samsung to ship a phone that charges considerably slower (25W or 45W).
The Galaxy Note 20 range launched without a time-of-flight (ToF) sensor and it looks like the Galaxy S21 range could follow in its steps.
According to reports, Samsung has dropped the ToF sensor from the Galaxy S21 (on all models) because it does not see enough use cases for it at the moment.
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