— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 20, 2021 Ice Universe isn’t alone in his belief. Other analysts agree that the Note series is over, though some think Samsung will release an FE version of the Note 20, just as it did with the Galaxy S20 FE. … [Read more...] about No more Galaxy Note? That’s what some analysts believe
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Given that the S21 Ultra now supports the S Pen, it is the better buy with improved cameras, the newest Qualcomm processor, matte finish Gorilla Glass Victus material, and Wi-Fi 6E. The only reason you may want to consider the Note 20 Ultra is the microSD card slot, unless you actually use the Air Actions with the S Pen. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy face off: Is the S21 Ultra or Note 20 Ultra best for business?
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is a bold attempt by Samsung to balance key features of the S and Note series in one phone. The top-end smartphone in Galaxy S21 series offers best of both. From buyers perspective, S21 Ultra gives them the choice if they really want to have S-Pen support (which they will have to buy separately) or fine with most advanced Android hardware yet. Here are our initial impressions about the S21 Ultra. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra display and design Coming to the device, the Galaxy S21 Ultra features a 6.8-inch WQHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2x display with variable refresh rate of between 10Hz and 120Hz. In layman terms, Samsung claims that this display offers better contrast ratio, colour accuracy and the refresh rate will automatically change between 10Hz and 120Hz as per the content on the screen. There’s Corning Glass Victus protection of both front and back. To cut short, this is without any doubt the best display out there on a phone. The looks of the device totally … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra first impressions
It has Full HD resolution, which is a step down from the Quad HD resolution on the S20. But in everyday use, that's not as dramatic a change as it sounds. A lot of it comes from the adaptive screen refresh rate that fluctuates between 48 and 120Hz depending on what's being displayed. So if you're playing a game like Alto's Odyssey, Call of Duty or Forza Street you can see them in all their crisp graphical beauty. And when you aren't, the display has a lower refresh rate in order to save on battery life. … [Read more...] about Review: Samsung’s Galaxy S21 is the no-brainer upgrade phone
The S Pen is an electromagnetic resonance (EMR) pen that doesn't have a battery and does not need to be charged. It is for writing and drawing on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Unfortunately, Bluetooth functionality such as Air Gestures will not work. However, later this year, Samsung is releasing the battery-powered S Pen Pro, which will have Bluetooth LE connectivity and support those additional functions. … [Read more...] about Which Galaxy S21 versions support the S Pen?