Samsung unveils its S21 lineup

Samsung has just unveiled its Galaxy S21 lineup on Thursday. These are the 6.2-inch Galaxy S21, the 6.7-inch Galaxy S21+, and the 6.8-inch Galaxy S21 Ultra. These phones come with a Snapdragon 888 processor, advanced AI-powered cameras, and support for all S-Pen stylus used in their Note series which hasn't been seen on previous Galaxy S lineups.

But what's interesting to see in this lineup is how the S21 Ultra stands out in terms of specifications. From a super high-resolution display (3200 x 1400) to its four rear cameras (12MP ultra-wide lens, 108MP wide-angle lens, two 10MP telephoto lenses). These cameras are capable to zoom up to 100x from the subject.

In terms of price, this lineup is way cheaper than its predecessors. The Galaxy S21 will be sold at $799 while the S21+ at $999. These are $200 cheaper than the S20 and S20+ and comes in black, white, pink, gray, and purple colors. Meanwhile, for the S21 Ultra, it is priced at $1199; $300 cheaper than the S20 Ultra. It comes in black, brown, navy, silver, and titanium colors.

Although this lineup is cheaper than other Galaxy S models from the time they were released, there is something noticeable that Apple also did before - these phones don't come with a charger in the box. Samsung also removed their earphones from these boxes due to sustainability reasons and is sold separately. The only thing that remains is USB-C to USB-C cable.