Ssamsung S21


  1. Peculiar design of the metal camera bump  gets curved towards the side of the phone to fuse with the metal frame offering the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21+ a unique look. Coming with some interesting phantom series colours Phantom Pink and Phantom Violet, protected with Gorilla Glass victus (resiste 2 meter drop with double scratch resistance). They have IP68-certified bodies offering dust and water resistance (1.5m underwater upto 30 minutes) 

  1. Magnificent AMOLED screen (FHD+) with adaptive refresh rate (48Hz to 120Hz) and 1200nits of brightness. 

  2. Faster and more power efficient 5nm processors Exynos 2100 and snapdragon 888. They also packed with UFS 3.1 storage .

  3. Reliable and longer battery life; Previous exynos variant phones have complaint about not in good battery performance but thanks to new exynos2100 offers great battery performance.  

  4. You get android 11 out of the box with one UI 3.1 has additional features such as google feed, Private share, Samsung Dex and many more also get 3 guaranteed OS updates. 


  1. No major camera improvement. Comes with same camera hardware as their predecessors, They both feature 10MP selfie cameras with dual-pixel autofocus and 4K 60fps video recording, and 12MP+12MP+64MP triple cameras on the rear. Don’t buy the Galaxy S21 or the Galaxy S21+. And if you’re using an older Galaxy S phone and can find the S20 or S20+ at a cheap price, you might want to select one of those phones instead, especially since the two will get most of the Galaxy S21’s camera features through software updates and are also eligible for updates till Android 13.

2. No earphones and charger in the box.  The company has announced that it will not ship the Galaxy S21 series with a charger or earphones in the box. Now, this isn’t exactly a major reason for not buying a new phone, but you do need to keep in mind that you will have to spend additional money over the price of the phone to get
  1. yourself accessories that match the quality of what Samsung has been offering with its flagships all these years.

  2. Last year’s Galaxy S20 featured a Gorilla Glass 6 panel at the rear, saving the phone from scratches. This year, Samsung has downgraded the Galaxy S21 by using plastic on its back and tried to cut manufacturing costs. If you want your phone to feature a glass back for that premium feel, the Galaxy S21 might not be the one for you.

  3. No storage expansion via MicroSD card:- 

MicroSD can be used in other phones, cameras, tablets, and laptops. It is also a good way to transfer data. Samsung was among the few smartphone brands that were offering a microSD card slot on high-end smartphones. Starting with the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung has killed the microSD card slot in its high-end phones. It is likely that the company won’t offer it in its future flagship smartphones.

  1. No 3.5mm headphone jack:- While truly wireless earphones have improved a lot over the past few years and offer a wide range of features, wired earphones are still preferred by audiophiles and those who hate charging wireless earphones. The Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21+ also lack a 3.5mm headphone jack. If you like using wired headphones, it is a reason not to buy Samsung’s latest high-end smartphones. The company may start dropping dedicated headphone jacks on mid-range phones in the future.

  2. NO MST for US galaxy s21 and s21+ editions:- Samsung  removed an extremely important feature that made Samsung Pay unique. The Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21+ lack MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) for Samsung Pay in the US. The MST feature emulates a credit card or debit card’s magnetic stripe, allowing users to make contactless mobile payments even through PoS (Point of Sale) machines that don’t support NFC. If you are in the US and heavily rely on Samsung Pay’s MST feature, you should not buy the Galaxy S21 or the Galaxy S21+.

S20 FE is still alive:- Galaxy S20 FE is technically an older device, but it’s still a valid reason, especially if you’re looking to save some cash and get a smartphone experience that matches the newer phones in most aspects. The S20 FE has a high refresh rate display, pretty much the same camera hardware capabilities, excellent battery life with super fast charging, fast performance whether you buy the Exynos 990 or Snapdragon 865 variant, and even a microSD slot. It’s got features such as stereo speakers and IP68 water and dust resistance and a promise of three OS updates as well, so it’s very much a flagship even if it’s not as feature-packed as the S21 and S21+.