When it comes to camera quality, the Galaxy S21 has a number of strengths. The display is a prime example, with bright, punchy colours and high contrast levels. However, at just over a thousand nits of peak brightness, it can be pretty dim at bedtime. However, its other strengths are more than enough to outweigh its shortcomings. Let’s see how the new phone stacks up against its rivals.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is the most delayed and leaked phone of this year. Initially expected to launch in August or October, it was reportedly delayed and cancelled. In response to rumors, the phone was delayed and later announced as a 2022 model. At CES 2022, Samsung confirmed it would be released in the year 2022. However, there’s still much confusion about the launch of this phone. The good news is that it’s finally here and ready to sell.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is another flagship smartphone from Samsung. Its price tag starts at $1,199. It’s a more affordable entry-level phone than the Galaxy S20. The front screen is nearly all screen, with a 108-megapixel camera. The camera is also more advanced and refined. A fingerprint sensor is also available on the front of the phone. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is available in 128GB or 256GB models.