Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra With S Pen Confirmed by Samsung; We Have Renders Of It

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is debuting on January 14th, which was already confirmed by Samsung India. We’ve seen countless renders of the device and also of the S21 and S21+. Today we also learned that Samsung official promises to deliver some “Galaxy Note innovation on other products”. It’s basically a confirmation that we’re about to see the stylus compatible with the S21 Ultra.

Italian graphic designer Giuseppe Spinelli aka Snoreyn and Letsgodigital have come up with renders to illustrate the innovation. It’s likely that we won’t get a hole for the S Pen, but rather a case holding it, or just a separate S-Pen, sold aside from the device. Color-wise, we also get a bonus blue version in these renders, aside from the leaked Phantom Black and Phantom Silver. After 3 months more versions will come, such as brown and dark blue.

It’s likely that Samsung will bundle the S Pen for a limited time offer debut when the S21 Ultra is store ready. Samsung is rumored to be offering various optional covers, in which the pen can be stored. There’s talk of a Samsung Silicone Cover and a Samsung Clear View Cover, both with holes for the stylus. It’s not very clear if we’ll get the same 9 ms latency pen as the Note 20 Ultra, or the 26 ms one from the Note 20, or a different alltogether.

New Air Actions may appear and premium features like handwritten text conversion. The cancellation of the Galaxy Note series seems closer and closer, to be honest. Just as a quick recap, the S21 Ultra is expected to have a 6.8 inch QHD+ OLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. It comes with a penta camera setup seen here, that includes two telephoto cameras, one with 10X optical zoom and the other with 2X or 3X zoom. Expect an Exynos 2100 or Snapdragon 888 CPU inside, plenty of RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.

A 5000 mAh battery with 12 hours of usage is also promised. There’s talk of a 1300 euro starting price tag and more info can be found in the source below.


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