Samsung launched this week the Galaxy S21 line in Brazil and here we have the most advanced of them, the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Does it really deliver a considerable leap compared to the brand’s former tops?
The most advanced S21 arrives costing over R $ 10,000 in its version with 512 GB of storage. You may even find that there is no need for so much memory, but it is good to remember that Samsung killed the micro SD slot.
The new top comes with everything the company has to offer and this includes a beautiful AMOLED screen with optimized consumption that makes the battery yield more than one day even in 120 Hz mode.
The Exynos 2100 also promises to fix the problems of the Exynos 990 in the S20 line. As powerful as it is, we have not seen a noticeable gain in performance. At least it helped with battery consumption. We have also seen some games have failed on the S21 Ultra, as was the case with Injustice 2 which is impossible to play.
The S21 Ultra debuts the new 108 MP sensor from Samsung and the photo quality goes beyond what we saw in S20 Ultra. However, the new night mode does not work as it should and often ends up making photos darker instead of saving them from darkness. This should be corrected in future updates.
What we can say is that the S21 Ultra is an improved Note 20 Ultra and that it even has support for stylus pens, but the accessory does not come together, as it happens in the Note line. And we cannot fail to comment that the S21 line does not come with a charger or a headset.
Is it worth paying so dearly for it? To know all the details about the S21 Ultra, just check out our complete review by the link below.