Mar 4, 2021By: Shaurya Shubham
The Samsung Galaxy S21, on the front, retains the design aesthetics from the Galaxy S20. However, the new contoured camera module and matte finish back gives it a fresh overall appeal.
It features a 6.2-inch Flat FHD Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED 2X display. It’s a 120Hz panel and offers 1300 nits of peak brightness. The quality of the display is among the best you can find on any smartphone. It’s vibrant, punchy and smooth.
Powered the smartphone is the new Exynos 2100 SoC. It’s an octa-core SoC paired with 8GB RAM. The performance here is top-notch. No noticeable lag or delay even with heavy tasks. It performs like a flagship smartphone.
Mali-G78 MP14 GPU is handling the graphics duty here and it’s doing a great job. Both Asphalt9 and COD Mobile defaulted to their best graphics settings and ran at good frame rates.
The smartphone comes with a 64MP telephoto lens 12MP wide-angle lens 12MP ultra-wide angle lens. The camera quality is among the best with full of details in both daylight and lowlight conditions. It also comes with a Night mode which does a really good job.
At the front you get a 10MP sensor, the quality here is also good and serves the purpose really well. It also supports Night mode, Portrait mode, Single take mode, etc.
The Galaxy S21 is powered by a 4500mAh battery. The smartphone manages to last the entire day without raising the anxiety level. It also supports 25W fast
The smartphone comes with Android 11 operating system topped with OneUI 3.1 custom user interface. It’s feature-rich, feels polished and smooth. It feels more complete with a redesigned Quick panel, new notification panel design and better customisation options.
For the asking price, the smartphone offers a flagship-level performance, camera, design and everything else that comes to your mind. If you have that kind of money to spare, then Galaxy S21 is a good option to go with.