These will be the cameras of the new Galaxy S21, S21 +, and S21 Ultra

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There are a few days until the presentation of the Galaxy S21, a new generation with which Samsung will renew its well-known flagship and which, as on previous occasions, will be made up of three different models: the standard version; a larger model, differentiated by the name “+” (“Plus); and a top-of-the-range model, large in size, with a curved screen and better hardware specifications, differentiated as “Ultra”.

In recent weeks, the leaks related to the Galaxy S21 have intensified to the point that, practically, we know all the keys to this new family of smartphones. We are clear about its design, we know the new module for the rear cameras, which is integrated in a more natural way in the chassis (and in the design) of the terminal, and we have also reviewed its specifications and possible sales prices.

Thanks to new information, we have also been able to analyze in detail the different camera configurations that the three versions of the Galaxy S21 will include, and the truth is that they fit in with everything we have seen so far. The Galaxy S21 and S21 + will have the same configuration at the camera level, while the Ultra version will have important improvements that, obviously, will put it at a higher level.

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Galaxy S21 Camera Settings

10 MP front camera with f2.2 aperture.
12 MP wide-angle with f2.2 aperture.
12 MP main rear camera with f1.8 aperture.
64 MP telephoto lens with f2.0 aperture.

Galaxy S21 + Camera Settings

Front camera: 10 MP with f2.2 aperture.
12 MP wide-angle with f2.2 aperture.
12 MP main rear camera with f1.8 aperture.
64 MP telephoto lens with f2.0 aperture.

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Galaxy S21 Ultra Camera Settings

40 MP front camera with f2.2 aperture.
12 MP wide-angle with f2.2 aperture
108 MP main rear camera with f1.8 aperture.
10 MP telephoto lens with f4.9 aperture.
10MP telephoto lens with f2.4 aperture.

Samsung has confirmed that the presentation of the new Galaxy S21 will take place on January 14, although it has not yet given details about its sale price. However, several sources suggest that the standard version and the “+” model will be 50 euros cheaper than the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 + (at the time of its launch), while the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be priced at 1,399 euros. The latter will also be compatible with the S-Pen.