Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Camera and Display Details Leaked

Rumours suggest that Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with feature a quad-camera. The primary camera will be a 108-megapixel sensor and the other three will be Time of Flight camera i.e. ToF. Samsung may take a different direction for Galaxy S21 Ultra.


We already know that Samsung will be launching S21, S21+, S21 Ultra on January 14 which will have four rear camera setup. According to a known tipster Ice Universe, who has recently revealed that there will be no Tof for Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra in the camera setup.

The tweet that he posted a few days ago stated that Galaxy S21 Ultra will come packed with ISOCELL HM3 sensor. The 108-megapixel camera setup will have laser focus and have a pixel size of 0.8µm. He also said in his tweet that there will be no ToF sensor in the camera.

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What is ToF Sensor?

ToF is Time of Flight which is used to capture depth details when taking a photo in portrait mode or recording live focus videos. This sensor can be seen in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra which is 0.3 Megapixel sensor with f/1.0 aperture. Since the tweet suggests that Galaxy S21 Ultra will be lacking this sensor, it may suggest that Samsung will be working on a workaround or have another way of capturing the depth of field details.

In another tweet of Ice Universe disclosed that Galaxy S21 Ultra will maybe have QHD+ Display with 2K resolution and have 120Hz refresh rate. This may affect battery usage but we believe that samsung has a way to work this out.

It is also known that the flagship devices will be launched early next year which will have a centre punch hole camera. Depending on the market the phone will be power with Snapdragon 875 or Samsung Exynos 2100 processor.