we are atSamsung decided to launch a new flagship Composed of S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra, and unpackaged events during the same busy week; their prices start at US$800 (£769).The press conference was one month earlier than usual, including with .
The brand new Galaxy S21 is made of all metal, the glass is stronger, and the durability is better. Its screen supports 48 to 120Hz adaptive refresh and improves blue light protection. Of course, there are three better cameras and new photo processing hardware with AI. Better bokeh! Pet-only mode! It adds multi-processing and skin-optimized white balance to your selfie options.
For video, you will be able to extract 8K photos from the video and take photos and videos at the same time, as well as the best shooting mode. It also adds a multi-camera view to the video, and you can quickly switch between them-it sounds cool.
The phone also has a newer processor, and newer security hardware can be used to speed up processing. Samsung cooperated with game development tool developer Unity to optimize the game.
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Compared with smaller similar products, the Galaxy S21 Ultra has a better processor, display and camera. It has a new 108-megapixel image sensor that provides additional pixels for pixel binning to generate better low-light images. “Nona Binning!” “Space zoom!” This is a new algorithm that uses a new folding lens to provide better zoom between wide-angle and telephoto, and has a lock function to reduce camera shake.
Samsung has improved compatibility with third-party services. For example, it now uses Android messaging instead of rerouting through its own messaging system. More support for Google’s Android API, such as Android Auto, In the SmartThings application.
Ultra has black…phantom black. The new display requires lower power and can dynamically switch between 10Hz to 120Hz to save battery, but the brightness is higher in a wider color gamut.ofIt is new, has Bluetooth capabilities, and the new S Pen was created with Wacom.
Samsung introduced its Internet of Things technology into the Galaxy SmartTag and SmartTag Plus (with ultra-wideband wireless capabilities), which are small portable devices that can track any objects you can place (or Any object).
But it’s not just the phone. The company also introduced the Galaxy Buds Pro for the first time, and its sound has been improved-they added a tiny woofer for better bass. They have motion tracking sensors and Dolby audio for 360 surround sound, as well as active noise reduction. They look very different.
The microphone has also been improved to make it more directional, and adjusted to make it more closely fit to minimize wind noise. The Galaxy Buds Pro is priced at US$200 in the United States, while the price in the UK is much higher at £219.