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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra isn't value for money
Jun 11, 2021 11:06 AM 532 Views
(Updated Jun 11, 2021 11:07 AM)

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Not because it's not a good smartphone because it's rather excellent, it's not a good value for money. Don't buy a Galaxy S21 Ultra.


First, there's the design, which on the Galaxy S21 Ultra is a colossal disappointment It's huge and bulky, but that's to be expected with a 6.8-inch display. Despite the enormous screen, I believe it could have been better. The back camera hump is too large, causing the phone to wobble when placed on a table. The glass cover isn't as thick as we've seen on a few other luxury phones, the glossy metal frame contrasts with the phone's matte finish, and the camera module has too many corners and lines to give the phone a unified aesthetic. When it comes to the camera module, it makes the phone top-heavy, which is noticeable while using it. Like other huge phones on the market, this is a two-hand phone.


The 6.8-inch OLED display is fantastic and displays vibrant colours. It's also a really bright panel. The display is set to FHD+ resolution by default, but users may change this to QHD+ resolution in the settings, which makes the display noticeably sharper. This display also has an adjustable 120Hz refresh rate, which makes it quite smooth to use. It has smooth animations.


The handset's performance is decent. It's a smooth smartphone that can easily handle numerous open tabs and apps. It also doesn't get as hot as other smartphones, and the Exynos 2100 processor inside the Galaxy S21 Ultra keeps somewhat a cool temperature. However, it's worth noting that the Galaxy S21 Ultra offers no distinct advantages over phones like the Galaxy S21 or, for that matter, Snapdragon 888 phones, which cost significantly less.


The Galaxy S21 Ultra has an average battery life of 14-15 hours when fully charged. Quick charging is enabled up to 25W, which isn't particularly fast compared to other phones. It's worth noting that the Galaxy S21 Ultra does not include a charger or earbuds. These will have to be purchased separately if you do not currently have them.


The Galaxy S21 Ultra's camera has a lot of features up its sleeve, including two lenses that provide 3X and 10X optical magnification. The 30X and 100X zooms are also available, but they are useless in reality. The Galaxy S221 Ultra shoots detailed and colourful images in bright light. In low light, the phone's performance is adequate and comparable to that of other high-end phones, but not extraordinary, as shown by the phone's significant loss of details and noise in shadows. The zoom lenses can only be used in bright light.


So, here's a brief overview of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. The S21 Ultra's biggest flaw, in my opinion, is its expensive price of Rs 105, 999. It's a good phone, but not at this price and in this design. Whatever benefits consumers receive can be found on phones that cost less than half as much as the S21 Ultra. It competes with the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, but those phones are distinct due to software and hardware that is only available from Apple, and thus they provide benefits such as improved privacy, faster and longer software support that the S21 Ultra, or any other Android phone, cannot match. A phone that costs more than Rs 1 lakh must provide users with something special. The Galaxy S21 Ultra fails to do so in a logical fashion.


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