Popular leakster Ice Universe has shared a screenshot on Twitter which suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with WQHD+ resolution and adaptive refresh rate when switching to the top-end resolution option. Samsung introduced the feature of variable refresh rate with the last year launched Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The refresh rate on the Galaxy Note 20 can move from 10Hz to 120Hz. However, users should also have to keep in mind that switching the refresh rate of the display will adversely impact the battery life of the smartphone.
Apart from the variable refresh rate, a YouTube channel called Jimmy Promo shared a video which suggests that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with Samsung’s latest One UI 3.1. The new interface is said to be the part of the upcoming S series smartphones of the company. The video also suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with some S Pen features like Screen off memo, Air View, Air Command and a floating icon.
The video also suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will also come with multi-camera recording functionality. The three smartphones are said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor for the US market and the other markets will have Exynos 2100 powered smartphones.
Recently, another online report revealed that Samsung has decided to ditch the microSD card slot. This means that none of the three smartphones will offer support for MicroSD card. Another report by GizChina reveals that Samsung is planning to launch multiple variants of the Galaxy S21 series which means that the company will still offer microSD card support in some markets.
Samsung is also expected to skip the bundling chargers this time. The company is expected not to include a charger in the retail box of Galaxy S21 series of smartphones.