Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra May Offers Galaxy S20 Ultra Over Upgrade Display


The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra can provide an upgraded display viewing experience on the Galaxy S20 Ultra by offering a custom refresh rate of up to 120Hz at WQHD + resolution. A video indicating the presence of One UI 3.1 in the Galaxy S21 series has also been posted on YouTube, specifically pointing out some preloaded S Pen features for the Galaxy S21 Ultra. These include the highly acclaimed Air View and Air Command of the Galaxy Note series so far. The Samsung Over the Horizon 2021 theme ringtone created for the Galaxy S21 models has also been leaked online.

Tipster, nicknamed the Ice Universe, shared a screenshot of the activity on Twitter Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra To enable WQHD + resolution and up to 120Hz custom refresh rate simultaneously. It is different Galaxy S20 Ultra When switching to the top-end resolution option it does not support a positive refresh rate. Existing phone can Turn on instead 120Hz refresh rate when using full-HD resolution and once switched to WQHD + at the default 60Hz rate.

Samsung Introduced The variable refresh rate dynamically moves from 10Hz to 120Hz Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is likely to offer a similar experience. However, it is important to point out that switching to a higher resolution along with a smoother refresh rate can adversely affect battery life.

Simultaneous support for a custom refresh rate with WQHD + resolution is expected to be limited to the Galaxy S21 Ultra on a regular basis Galaxy S21 And Galaxy S21 + There are Reported To have a full-HD display.

In addition to the refresh rate update, the YouTube channel Jimmy Is Promo posted a video suggesting the inclusion of One UI 3.1 in the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The new interface is expected to be part of the Galaxy S21 series A UI 3.0, Ie Already coming out For other Galaxy phones.

This video demonstrates several S Pen features, including a screen off memo, Air View, Air Command and a floating icon that can be restricted to the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Samsung Already S Pen suggested support On the new smartphone and the same Indicated by the FCC list. There may not be a special place for the S Pen on the phone, but in some cases there are rumors Debut with room for supported stylus.

In addition to the S Pen features, the video shows the multi-camera recording feature that is part of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It’s possible to show footage from the phone’s three cameras – possibly using a triple ISP array Snapdragon 888 SoC. Samsung specs to bring Galaxy S21 series to global markets With Exynos 2100 SoC It may have a similar feature to enable live views from three different camera sensors.

The video also highlights some of the features that are part of the entire Galaxy S21 series. These include call background videos, focus boosters and the Eye Comfort Shield. The new One UI has the ability to sync clipboard data between Galaxy phones and tablets. It may initially be limited to Samsung Internet and Notes, but will be extended to other preloaded apps over time.

As the video suggests, Samsung may offer to convert Google Discover to One UI 3.1 with Samsung Free.

In addition, a special video came out on YouTube claiming that Samsung is giving us the first look of the Theme Music 2021 theme music. It may be part of the Galaxy S21 series and be heard when new phones are turned on. Unlike last year’s Over the Horizon theme inspired by the sounds of nature, the new theme is based on musical melody.

Samsung is hosting its Galaxy Unpacked 2021 January 14 The Galaxy S21 models are expected to be officially unveiled. However, some new rumors and leaks are likely to emerge at this time.


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