Now, new information has been tipped out about the next top-end smartphone of the series, Galaxy S21 Ultra. According to a tweet by popular tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is going to house ISOCELL HM3 camera sensor with 108MP resolution and 0.8μm pixels. This updated sensor is said to enable the Galaxy S21 to produce more detailed images and capture faster images in low-light conditions.
Galaxy S21 Ultra is a small improved version of S20 Ultra. Using HM3 sensor, single pixel is still 0.8um, 108MP, laser focus, no ToF.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) 1604644614000
Another thing that Ice Universe has claimed about Galaxy S21 Ultra is that it will not offer a ToF sensor. To recall, the same was tipped by The Elec back in August. This report had suggested that the South Korean tech giant has decided to ditch a 3D Time of Flight (ToF) for the next-generation Galaxy S-series, just as it did for the Galaxy Note 20 series as even after one year, there is not enough “ToF content.”
Last week, known Apple tipster, Jon Prosser took to Twitter to claim that the South Korean tech giant is going to launch three handsets — Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra — early next year. As per Prosser, the Galaxy Unpacked event, where the company will be unveiling these is set to be January 14. On the same day, these models are expected to become available through pre-order.