Samsung Galaxy S21 series vs Galaxy S20 series – the upgrades detailed – GSMArena.com news – GSMArena.com

Samsung presented its Galaxy S21 lineup previously today – a vanilla Galaxy S21, a plus design that provides largely the same internals in a bigger package and the Ultra that has a strong claim for the throne of the ultimate cameraphone. We currently compared the three new phones, and now its time to take a look at the upgrades they bring over the outbound Galaxy S20 household.

Samsung Galaxy S21 5G vs Samsung Galaxy S20 5G

Pros.
Larger battery (4,800 mAh vs 4,500 mAh).
Faster chipset.
256 GB storage alternative.
Lower starting cost (EUR1,050 vs EUR1,099).
More Powerful Gorilla Glass Victus protection.
Flat screen.
New style.
UWB support.

Lower starting cost (EUR1,250 vs EUR1,349).
More Powerful Gorilla Glass Victus protection.
Ultrawide camera with autofocus.
4K@60 fps video recording with all cameras.
Very first Galaxy S smart device with S Pen assistance.
Samsungs first 1440p+ 120Hz display screen (10-120Hz), 1,500 nits.
Faster chipset and RAM.
New style, more color alternatives.

What altered: The Ultra member definitely got the most modifications over its predecessor even if it kept the curved QHD+ screen. Its now an adaptive refresh rate panel that goes down to 10Hz when you see static content.

COMPREHENSIVE SPECS COMPARISON.

Cons.
Display reduced from QHD+ to Full HD+.
No ToF cam.
Slightly wider and heavier.
No microSD slot.
No earphones or charger in retail box (in the majority of markets).

Cons.
Display reduced from QHD+ to Full HD+.
A little broader and heavier.
No microSD slot.
No earphones or battery charger in retail box (in the majority of markets).
Plastic back.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G vs Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G.

What changed: The modifications between the S20+ and S21+ are mainly the exact same as those on the vanilla phones – you get the make over and color combination, the flat screen and the refreshed internals with the main cameras remaining unchanged. The S21+ drops the ToF sensor, however we doubt it will be very much missed out on.

Arguably the greatest upgrades are around the back where the single 5x telephoto unit of the S20 Ultra is changed by a 3x and 10x units, mostly increasing flexibility. The ultrawide cam got autofocus, while the main sensing unit is a brand-new design that needs to enhance low-light performance further.

What altered: The vanilla phone brings a brand name new design and a flat screen, which might be a downgrade or an upgrade depending upon where you stand. The new chipset ought to bring considerable efficiency upgrade, but the display saw its resolution dropped to 1080p. The panel has adaptive refresh rate though, so it needs to be way more power-efficient.

Pros
Faster chipset
Lower starting price (EUR850 vs EUR999).
256GB storage alternative.
More Powerful Gorilla Glass Victus protection.
Flat screen.
New design.

Pros.
New 108MP sensor.
10x optical zoom camera.
2nd 3x telephoto cam.

Cons.
Quick charging downgraded from 45W to 25W.
Somewhat heavier.
No microSD slot.
No earphones or charger in retail box (in most markets).

DETAILED SPECS COMPARISON.

DETAILED SPECS COMPARISON.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G vs Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

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