Samsung announced the release of two flagship devices; Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+. This line features a new “head-turning, iconic design”.
It also features a pro-grade camera and Galaxy’s most advanced processor to date.
According to TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics “We are living in a mobile-first world, and with so many of us working remotely and spending more time at home, we wanted to deliver a smartphone experience that meets the rigorous multimedia demands of our continuously changing routines.”
Here is what we are loving so far about the new Galaxy release.
A Bold Innovative Style
Since the Galaxy S21 is built for expression, it seems to be designed to light and compact with a larger battery, serving the binge-watchers among us.
The overall aesthetic of the phones is sleek but noteworthy, it comes in a range of hip colors including Samsung’s new signature share: Phantom Violet.
The display is also designed to be easy on the eyes.
To help reduce eye fatigue from your Bridgerton binge, Galaxy S21’S new Eye Comfort Shield automatically adjusts the blue light based on the time of day, content you’re viewing, and your bedtime.
Making Everyday Epic
And that requires an epic pro-grade camera and Galaxy S21 continues to deliver.
Samsung’s legendary camera heritage with pro-grade enhancements and video innovations that enable users of every skill level to get the best shot.
Improved 8K Snap lets the users grab sharp clear images from their 8K video footage, which means you get to record the action live but still get fascinating still shots every time you hit record.
There is also the new Director’s View which allows you to see, switch, and select the best shot to tell your best story.
Our Most Anticipated Accessory of 2021
Welcome the new Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro, which will help you capture both ambient sounds and your voice at the same time using the multiple mic recording feature. Imaging setting up Galaxy S21 in Pro Video Mode on a tripod and using the Buds Pro as your voice mic.
Samsung also announced commitment to protecting sensitive information through arming Galaxy S21 with Samsung Knox Vault, Samsung’s own proprietary chipset level (SoC) security platform.
By adding tamper-resistant secure memory to this secure processor, Samsung Knox Vault adds a new layer of protection.
Galaxy S21 has a new tool to protect and monitor privacy which allows you to safely remove location metadata from photos before sharing. With Galaxy S21’s all-new Private Share function, you can also control who gets access to the content you send, and how long it’s available – so you can share content worry-free.
Let’s see what Apple is gearing up for, 2021 is shaping up to a pretty epic start with Galaxy S21.