Samsung’s Galaxy S21 range includes three phones, Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra.
As the names suggest, each model is slightly updated (and slightly more expensive) than the previous one, resulting in spec spectrum to meet almost any need of any Android user.
The most noticeable differences between Samsung’s Galaxy S21 line, in addition to the price, are the screen size, battery capacity, and camera capabilities. Going up the line, each phone increases in size.
Galaxy S21: 6.2 inch
Galaxy S21 Plus: 6.7 inch
Galaxy S21 Ultra: 6.8 inch
The battery capacity also increases as you get on the line, although we don’t think you’ll have a problem getting through the day on a charge even with the basic S21phone.
Galaxy S21: 4,000 mAh
Galaxy S21 Plus: 4,800 mAh
Galaxy S21 Ultra: 5,000 mAh
Camera fanatics will probably want to upgrade tothe S21 Ultra. You can tell just by looking at the three phones that the S21 Ultra has some extra camera tricks up its sleeve, highlighted by its extra-large quad camera module, which also houses its flash. The S21 Ultra gets Space Zoom,an extra telephoto lens, and a 108-megapixel wide-angle lens — so far we’re particularly impressed with the S21 Ultra’s zoom.
S21 Plus and Ultra both come with a Gorilla Glass Victus stand, which gives it a durability that the S21 with plastic stand.