According to Ice Universe, the 2021 flagship will have a 108MP camera just like its predecessor, the Galaxy S20 Ultra. However, it won’t be the same sensor but a new one. The leaker said in the tweet that the new sensor is the successor to the ISOCELL Bright HM1.
We expect the new sensor will be announced before the end of the year. It is also safe to say that Samsung will not be the only picking up the sensor for its flagships.
Another info that has surfaced about the upcoming flagship is a faster-charging technology. According to Vietnamese leaker, Chun @Boby25846908, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have support for 60W fast charging. The Galaxy S20 Ultra supports 45W fast charging but surprisingly, the new Galaxy Note20 Ultra only supports 25W fast charging.
We advise you to take the info with a pinch of salt. However, seeing as a lot of flagship phones launching next year will most likely support 100W+ (proprietary and Quick Charge 5.0) fast charging, it will be unwise for Samsung to ship a phone that charges considerably slower (25W or 45W).
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is still six months away from launch but more details should surface in the months leading to its launch.
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