Samsung Galaxy S21 And S21+
Samsung also unveiled Galaxy S21 and S21+ smartphone models in connection with CES. The 6.2-inch Galaxy S21 and 6.7-inch Galaxy S21+ will share many of the same features—including an identical three-camera system on the rear with up to 30X zoom and the zoom lock feature; the redesigned camera housing; support for both types of 5G connectivity; FHD+ (2,400 x 1,080) resolution on the display; and an adaptive refresh rate between 48Hz and 120Hz. A notable difference from the Galaxy S21 Ultra is that the S21 and S21+ will feature a flat display design, while the S21 Ultra will offer an “edge” display design that brings more of a curve. On performance, the Galaxy S21 and S21+ will also feature Qualcomm’s new eight-core Snapdragon 888, while offering less RAM than the S21 Ultra at 8 GB. For business users, the S21 and S21+ will include the same enhanced DeX support, including support for wireless connectivity to DeX on PCs and Macs.
Samsung also said that it will also be launching an Enterprise Edition model of the Galaxy S21 in the U.S., with no incremental costs to businesses. The Enterprise Edition will include a year of free access to the Knox Suite, which provides tools for mobile enrollment, setup and endpoint management. The Enterprise Edition also includes a tiered product life cycle for five-year security maintenance release support.
The Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Enterprise Edition are available to order now with the devices shipping on Jan. 29.