Samsung S21 Ultra will removable camera like Vivo smartphone
New Camera Feature in Samsung Galaxy
What's up guys if you've been following the galaxy s21 coverage then you know that the s21 is not expected to be a huge improvement over the galaxy s20 yes Samsung is changing the form of the camera module but aside from that as far because the core specs are concerned.
Samsung isn't doing anything drastic over the s20 it's more like an iterative upgrade for the galaxy s flagships next year where Samsung is more focused on bringing those flashy new features to their foldable lineup the galaxy z43.
Today we have a specification leak of the galaxy s21 ultra that shows the handset will have a similar specification to its predecessor
first up the display is going to be 6.8 inches dynamic AMOLED 2x infinity o display it's actually 0.1 inches smaller than the x20 ultra but
whether or not it supports 120 hertz at max dot resolution remains to be seen the z-fold ii supports 120 hertz at its maximum
Considering the 5-nanometer chipsets are more powerful while at the same time being more power-efficient it's likely they might enable the feature on the galaxy s21 ultra anyway, the main rear camera is still 108 megapixel albeit an improved one while the front camera is again 40 megapixels there are no details on the remaining modules yet but the s21 ultra will get four cameras at the back
with the addition of a short-range three times telephoto camera along with a periscope zoom camera.
The phone will be equipped with a 5 000 milliamp battery the same as the current model upgrades. to the charging are unlikely in my
opinion the software will be one ui 3.1 instead of 3.0 on top of android love Samsung will again split the processor into Exynos and snapdragon as usual color variants are black silver and violet for the ultra so basically, the s21 ultra won't be much different from its predecessor.
I hope Samsung makes it up by lowering the worth to form it appeal to consumers also here may be a real-life leaked photo of
the camera housing of the base galaxy s21 pretty much confirming the galaxy s21 the lineup will have a redesigned wraparound
the camera, as seen in this cad rendersvivo, is a type of company that doesn't shy away from taking the risk in introducing never been seen before features in phones from introducing the pop-up cameras to an all-glass seamless phone.
They were the first to launch a phone with a front camera that pops out using a motorized setup and now they are taking it to one step
further, with a pop-up camera that you can actually remove and use as a remote camera you can control with the phone yeah sounds a little crazy but they actually showcased it during a video the camera continues functioning even when detached implying there are circuits and therefore the battery powering it independently the camera can then be placed on some surface to take a shot from a more difficult angle or a selfie that has more room for more than just one or two persons the concept is definitely smart and could just be a better way to pull off modularity on smartphones.
Theoretically, the cameras can also be swapped out for better sensors, and yeah in order for you to not lose the camera the phone will notify you once you move away from a specified distance from the camera Vivo said that it is not just an idea but they're getting to mass-produce this phone in how next year anyway.