Samsung Galaxy S21: know the details of your cameras

A little more than a week to get to know the top of the range Samsung this year. As the company has already confirmed, the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra will be revealed on January 14th.


Until then, this trio continues to be the victim of several leaks of information and the most recent account of very important details. Courtesy of the renowned Evan Blass, we find out the main features of the cameras of the Samsung Galaxy S21 family.

Through an infographics published on the Voice platform, the specifications of the cameras of the Galaxy S21 trio are revealed. And from what we see in the images, the differences from the previous generation will be very few.

Galaxy S21 cameras

Samsung Galaxy S21 camera

  • 12MP main sensor
  • 12MP wide-angle sensor
  • 64MP telephoto sensor
  • 10MP front camera

Samsung Galaxy S21 + camera

  • 12MP main sensor
  • 12MP wide-angle sensor
  • 64MP telephoto sensor
  • 10MP front camera

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra camera

  • 108MP main sensor
  • 12MP wide-angle sensor
  • 10MP telephoto sensor
  • 10MP telephoto sensor
  • Autofocus laser
  • 40MP front camera

As expected, the Galaxy S21 and its Plus version will have the most modest lenses. With a module composed of three sensors, we will have the same qualities launched with the respective Galaxy S20 models.

The most premium of the three, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, will have a module similar to the one introduced in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. To the usual main sensor and wide angle, Samsung will add two more telephoto lenses and a laser for better focusing performance.

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That said, the new Samsung Galaxy S21 will not offer great photo news compared to the Galaxy S20. If the cameras are, for you, the main factor for the change of smartphone, then it will not be worth jumping from the 2020 models to this year.

It is noted, therefore, that the Galaxy S21 will be more suitable for those coming from the S10 generation and below or for those who want to keep updated, in possession of the latest model. The source is reliable, but confirmation of this data will only appear next week.

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