CES 2021: Samsung Galaxy S21 series feature enhanced camera tech at just $799

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series presents itself in three phones: S21, S21+, and Ultra. Featuring a lock screen with new widgets, personalize your home screen, and experience 8K video quality, this series is for professionals and gadget-enthusiasts. Keep reading to explore more about this new launch.

CES 2021: Samsung Galaxy S21 series feature enhanced camera tech at just $799
Samsung Galaxy S21 series design

Unveiled at CES 2021, the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+, and Ultra feature a design that’ll turn heads. But it’s more than something to look at. Designed with Samsung Knox Vault, the phones have upgraded security features to keep your passwords, images, and more secure.

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And the phones’ make focus is its camera technology to help you achieve the perfect shots in various lighting and conditions.

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Features enhanced camera technology

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series feature three cameras on the back that blend into the phone’s layout. Designed with AI data, the phones can automatically adjust the focus and quality based on the lighting and environment. And the camera captures every detail it sees—even in portrait mode to bring depth and focus to your photos. In fact, it comes with various portrait modes, allowing you to capture studio portraits. And the intelligent camera enhances the natural effect, no matter if you’re in the dark or in a poor-lit environment.

In addition, you can capture selfies that boost your confidence. With AI-based face placement and a super-smart processor make you look at your best. Also, the auto white balance lets you achieve the perfect lighting—even if that’s not true in reality. And with AI technology, the phones allow you to erase unwanted strangers from the background of your images. This will certainly come in useful for holiday snaps.

Samsung S21 Ultra boasts four lenses for intense macro shots

And for a further upgrade, opt for the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra that features a Pro-Grade camera. Boasting features like a professional camera, it boasts a 1080 mp image sensor, wide lens, and 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens, enabling you to capture some of your favorite moments. And if you want to take an image that’s far away, Space Zoom reduces pixelation and blurs. If it detects an object within 30 cm, it’ll automatically switch lens for the perfect shot.

Samsung Galaxy S21 series

Samsung Galaxy S21 series on a marble surface

Complement images with an optimized display

The phone series has an edge-to-edge display for enhanced videos. This optimizes your viewing experience based on the content you’re viewing and your environment. And the series also comes with an Eye Comfort Shield to automatically adjust the blue light, improving your eye health when you’re working late at night.

Samsung Galaxy S21 series

Samsung Galaxy S21 series in silver

Capture real-time reactions with 8K video

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series lets you capture real-time emotions. Featuring 8K video, you can pull screenshots from your video to keep your memories alive. And the super-sharp video quality prevents you from having

The Samsung phones enable you to capture video and photos at the same time. Therefore, you can share this footage to social media immediately, without having to edit. But if you want to adjust the focus and angle, the Director’s View technology lets you easily change angles and zoom in in real-time. Therefore, you can capture exceptional footage—even if you’re not a professional.

Powered by an enhanced five-nanometer chipset and 20 percent faster CPU, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series can process graphics and AI faster than previous devices. Overall, these phones are available in more than three options, depending on the model you choose.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series starts at $799. You can get your hands on the new Samsung S21 series? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Amy Poole is an Editor and Writer at Gadget Flow. When she's not indulged in everything gadget-related, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Rosie, and keeping fit.
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