Samsung’s latest Galaxy S21 Android smartphone has a sleeker and more durable design with a 6.2-inch AMOLED display, upgraded hardware specs, and, best of all, a starting price tag that’s 20% lower than its predecessor’s. The phone is available in gray, white, pink, and violet.
Like every top-shelf Galaxy smartphone, the S21 has a powerful chipset, built-in stereo speakers, a waterproof build, and support for fast wired and wireless charging, as well as reverse wireless charging.
Samsung offers three distinct Galaxy S21 variants. They include the entry-level S21 pictured here, a bigger Galaxy S21+ with a 6.7-inch screen, and the range-topping Galaxy S21 Ultra. The last one has a larger and sharper display, a bigger battery, and a more capable camera setup. It’s also the first Galaxy S to support the S Pen stylus.
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