Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G


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The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G phone is epic in every way, with a striking new design, fastest Galaxy processor yet, a battery that goes all day and then some, and the first Galaxy ever supporting super smooth 120Hz screen refresh rate at WQHD+ resolution, it’s no surprise why Ultra easily lives up to its name. We know your life moves fast, and there’s a fine line between what makes a moment ordinary and what makes it extraordinary. That’s why Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G is purposefully crafted so you don’t need to choose between video and photo. With a single tap, you can pull super-clear stills — up to 33MP — straight from high-resolution 8K video. Use the 108MP high-resolution camera for still shots that come out crystal clear whether it’s day or night. Single Take AI transcends the usual restrictions of photo and video editing to capture life’s greatest moments, wherever they happen, in one single take, capturing images and video for up to 15 seconds. Experience the power of the Galaxy S21 5G series. Innovative and beautifully designed, Samsung 5G phones emphasize the brand’s dedication to the latest cutting-edge technology and next-generation connectivity. Enjoy more sharing, more streaming, more experiences, and more connections at lightning-fast speed. The Galaxy S21+ 5G does not currently support eSim in the U.S. Battery power consumption depends on usage patterns and results may vary. 5G speeds vary and require optimal network and connection (factors include frequency, bandwidth, congestion).


About this item

  • PRO-GRADE CAMERA: Zoom in close with 100X Space Zoom, and take photos and videos like a pro with our easy-to-use, multi-lens camera.
  • SHARP 8K VIDEO: Capture your life’s best moments in head-turning, super-smooth, cinema quality 8K Video.
  • MULTIPLE WAYS TO RECORD: Create share-ready videos and GIFs with multi-cam recording and automatic, professional-style effects.
  • HIGHER RESOLUTION, 100X ZOOM: Get amazing clarity with a dual lens combo of 3X and 10X optical zoom and revolutionary 100X Space Zoom.
  • ALL DAY INTELLIGENT BATTERY: Intuitively manages your cellphone’s usage, so you can go all day without charging.
  • POWER OF 5G: Experience next-generation connectivity for everything you love to do: more sharing, more gaming, more experiences.
  • Battery power consumption depends on usage patterns and results may vary.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

1. Phone. Let's not forget it's initial purpose of existence... communication. I think it's a Verizon thing, but the sound quality of phone calls is uniquely satisfying and clear.

2. Signal. For carrier signal, for me, it is much better than my previous 4G device, the Galaxy S8+. I cannot mention much about the 5G signal nor it's data speeds as the network is still fairly limited in my area. Wifi is dramatically improved. Bluetooth, NFC, GPS, Wifi Hotspot, and Wifi Direct seem extremely responsive and equally great.

3. Performance. This thing is a power house. With the dual quad core CPU's, Snapdragon 888 SOC, Qualcomm Adreno 660 GPU, 120 Hz AMOLED display, everything is snappy and quick.

4. Battery. 5000 mAh ought to seem like a lot, and it is.. Though with the performing hardware mentioned above, don't expect a solid week's worth of gaming in a device of this caliber. Power saving features exist for a reason. Changing your display output to 720, enabling an aggressive power saving mode, setting your screen brightness to the lowest value, and limiting yourself to calls only, you can get several days of use on a single charge. Without those energy saving measures, expect about half to a full day's use on a single charge.

5. Charging. It lacks a 25 watt super fast charger, or any charger at all. It does come with a USC type C to type C cable though. You get five varying levels of charging: two with wireless, three wired. For wireless, standard and fast charging. Wired, standard, fast, and super fast. With super fast, it can fully charge a dead device in about an hour. The slowest charge is around three hours. For longevity, don't super charge unless absolutely necessary.

6. Camera(s). 12,000 x 9,000 pixels is a lot of depth. About 35 MB per photo at 108 megapixels. There are Pro modes for video and stills as well. 8k at 24fps? I don't get that one. But a solid 60fps for 4k video is outstanding. Add the stability feature and you're now a video director and professional cameraman. The video and photos are beyond excellent. The 100x zoom is a comedic gimmick. Let's get that out there. The HDR low light photos are superior to any device I have used. The video has no HDR capture support ): . Shame. The macro support is fantastic. Crisp, clear images in just about every shot.

7. Storage. This one is tough. Samsung recently ditched expandable memory, which really upset me initially. It's a selling point. If you intend to use lots of apps, take lots of photos, videos, download oodles of stuff... choose wisely. If you don't have a computer or infrequently dump your device data to a cloud service or another PC, get more storage. I settled for the middle ground at [****]. After my apps are setup and good to go, I have about [****] of usable storage remaining. Plenty... for now.

8. OS. I could sit here and talk about Android 11 and Samsungs TouchWiz UI, but it won't matter. Software gets updated now frequently than hardware, and will forever change. The software on this device is only slightly different from similar devices. It's much better than previous revisions. Both Samsung and Android allow for some more aggressive customizations on newer devices. It's nice, to say the least.

9. Features. Power sharing is nice, but with its beastly hardware, you'll likely not want to share your precious battery with anyone, nor anything else. It's a neat, almost useless feature to me. DEX by Samsung is still an infant. Don't even mess with it. Link to Windows is cool, but needs some fine tuning to be better. You still have a flashlight. That's cool. The fingerprint reader is neat, but tricky to learn since it's behind the main display. It takes a while to get used to. I wish we could add more than four fingerprints, or allow more passes for each finger. It isn't always consistent in every condition. This phone supports the S-pen and select S-view cases as well. They're not included, and are fairly pricey accessories.

10. Design. When LG started advertising the Chocolate with Christina Aguilera singing in the background, I knew phones were competing with cars for our attention in ads. The corners, surfaces, feels, looks, sharpness, and radiant elegance is near perfection. Dat camera bump, though.... I almost wish they made a thicker battery, maybe 8, 000 to 10,000 mAh, to craft a better balance and prevent the offsetting camera bump from existence. Why does the edge panel have a bubble leveler for this device? You can't use it! That's just silly. The camera pimple...I don't like it. YouTube is the only platform to support HDR10 for a device like this, and it looks beautiful. Super bright. Super sharp. Super..darn... that pimple is quite noticeable and slightly breaks immersion. This phone weighs less than my previous Galaxy S8+. It's only slightly larger as well. That's impressive to me.

Is it worth a grand? Considering the fact that I paid as much as I did for my S8+? Yes. It's a considerable upgra...

The best galaxy S so far!

I upgraded from the S20+ To the S21 ultra. The design is so much better in terms of looks and feel. I’m really enjoying 120hz at Quad HD resolution and the display is really bright, specially outdoors. The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is faster and more accurate, now I don’t have to put much force in order for it to read my fingerprint. The cameras aren’t drastically better, improvements are mostly noticeable in low light. I have no issues with battery life, I’ve been ending the day with around 40% battery left. I also noticed the stereo speakers are launder and clearer than the S20+. Only downside is not from the phone but I originally ordered the phantom Silver color and I received the phantom black but I actually ended up keeping it since it looks so good.


I had my s7 edge for so long and needed to buy a new phone and i'm glad i waited for the 21 ultra my god its by far a HUGE leap of teachnolgy and camere this this is a an amazing phone holy Molly

A mind-blowing and incredible experience.

I wanted to give this phone some full usage before I wrote my review and I can finally get into full detail. Before I jump into my pros vs cons let's just mention my personal final thoughts.
Get it! Thought over.
Whether you are transitioning from Apple to Android or just upgrading, this is without question the correct choice. With the latest chipset, processors, camera array, and intelligent software there are so many possibilities.

1) The battery life is absolutely insane. Now at first I wasn't sure how I felt about the battery. It seemed average after the first day or two of use. But something clicked half way through the third day of use. I had read from articles and watched YouTube reviews from TechTubers about this intelligent software. I expected them to be referencing the Ai. But it is so much deeper in that. This phone continues to monitor your usage and learn the way you operate with it. Pair it with a smart watch to perfectly shift usage and workload. At no point since purchase has this device seemed to struggle. I can comfortably say this is a 2 day phone easily. 2 days of continuous normal usage before needing a recharge.

2) The finger print reader is vastly improved from previous devices and can now be compared to the likes of devices like One Plus. Yes you will have to spend a good minute or so letting every point of your finger be thoroughly mapped out but it has proven to be lightning fast in response.

3) This camera...phew. if there was ever a single reason to choose the Ultra variant over the other two it is absolutely due to the camera. Laser focus, combined with smart lenses, and a true melody of beautiful spec options results in a user paradise. One could literally place a fruit, a leaf, and some random option side by side for a shot and notice visible suggestion. The fruit will display a food shot mode. The leaf will suggest aspect ratio options or even the ultrawide/ Auto-Focus macro shot mode. Truly mastering this camera will not only take time but also lot of practice, something I personally look forward to.

4) This may seem like something that at first should be obvious. But use of this device just truly feels so effortless and fluid. Everything works how I would want it to, and at just a speed that truly leaves you with a sense of relief.

1) Inevitably as with all Samsung products of course there is some bloatware. But from what I've seen it at least is not overwhelming. A few apps I know I'll never used sprinkled around. But those have just been compiled into a folder and forgotten about.

2) To some this may be a nuisance so it's worth mentioning. Although this device has an Android OS, it is noticeable the amount of strictly Samsung branded apps/Widgets available. It will take some navigating to better arrange your set up to one's preference. Especially when it comes to something such as utilizing the Google Play Store vs Samsung Store.

3) Third but maybe most importantly, given the circumstances everyone is facing due to Covid-19 the price is certainly a factor. Even with sales yes this is a price handset. Yes there was a price drop from last year, but that doesn't really soften the blow.

4) No charging brick. No matter how it is explained or reasoned, the absence of the brick is felt! On first charge I did use a prior usb-C to usb-a charger and wow.....talked about watching paint dry. There was absolutely no way that is truly the best option across the board for all the relevant phone companies. (Ended up buying a usb-c IQ charger from Anker. I think that was like $14 approximately. Definitely an immediate and noticeable remedy, thanks Anker for that save.)

If one were to say is this phone worth the 999$-1200$ price tag. Honest answer, absolutely, depending on how one plans to use it. If you want the BEST experience out of the three variants (S21, S21+,S21 ultra) there is only one choice. However if that price point just isn't within your budget or path of purchase, I can still say the other two options will suffice also.

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