Samsung’s new flagship model, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, is different from other models of the brand with its display. Compared to the Note 20 Ultra, the device consumes less energy and provides more brightness.
Galaxy S21 Ultra display shines in daylight
The S21 Ultra was certified for its high brightness level and, despite this, more efficient energy consumption. The device’s color gamm for the certificate named ‘Sunlight visibility’ was also tested. In daylight, the S21 Ultra was found to meet the DCI-P3 color standard by 73 percent. Indoors, the figure rises to 99 per cent.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra display is compared to the Note 20 Ultra; it consumes 20 percent less energy and does so by offering more brightness. When this benchmark is made with the Galaxy S20, the difference increases to 31 percent.
The S21 Ultra features a Dynamic AMOLED display with HDR10+ support with 6.8-inch QHD+ (1440 x 3200) resolution. Offering 2 x adaptive refreshes, the panel automatically adjusts itself at values between 10-120 Hz, saving power. The display also offers eye comfort protection, while offering 1500 nit brightness. The device features an under-screen fingerprint sensor. The S21 Ultra is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.