Keeping track of the lineup of all mobile devices released by Samsung phones and their prices especially when you want to get yourself one of them can be one hell of a job.
Almost anyone can mention all the lines of smartphones released by Apple, but the same cannot be said about its biggest rival, Samsung, which has various models that cater to almost all price ranges. Although there are other android brands like Infinix, Tecno Itel and more but Apple phones are always compared with Samsung phones.
If you are trying to get their hands on the latest Samsung flagship smartphones, we have compiled some of their latest releases for the year 2021 together with their prices right here.
Galaxy Z Fold 2
This Galaxy Z Fold 2 is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The new Galaxy Z Fold 2 comes with a 6.3-inch front display, while the folding display has a sizable 7.6-inch.
It has a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The new Galaxy Z Fold 2 has a durable internal display that is made of Ultra-Thin Glass.
The new device comes with a snapdragon 865 chipset and a 12gig RAM, and 256gig worth of
Taking high-quality pictures with the new Galaxy Z Fold 2 would not be a problem as it comes with a 12-megapixel primary sensor, another 12-megapixel for ultra-wide, and a further 12-megapixel for telephoto with 2x optical zoom.
It has a battery capacity of 4.500Mah, which is slightly higher than the Galaxy Fold. The new Samsung device is offered in two color flavors, a mystic black and bronze.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is undoubtedly one for the upper class as it comes with a price tag starting from GHS 5,729.26 ($9,999) to GHS 8315.75 ($1,450), which seems to match its abilities and specs.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 And Note 20 Ultra
Samsung has also unveiled the newest models in the long Galaxy Note lineup. The latest models are the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
The Note 20 comes with a 6.7-inch flat FHD screen, whiles the Note 20 Ultra ups that further to the 6.9 Quad HD curved screen.
The Note 20 Ultra also has a refresh rate of 120Hz, a feature that the company did not offer on the minor Note 20.
It does not come with a memory card slot, and this can be hard on the Note 20 Ultra for those that like to keep a lot of stuff on their smartphones.
On the power side, both mobile devices fast charge at a maximum of 25W, with the Note 20 having a 4.300mAh battery while the Note 20 Ultra gets a slightly higher 4,500mAh battery.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 comes with a plastic back while the Note 20 Ultra retains the glass and metal build, standard on most flagship Samsung mobile smartphones.
Both models also have Gorilla Glass 5 and Gorilla Glass Victus, respectively.
The Note 20 comes with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage space, while the Note 20 gets 12GB RAM and 256GB storage space that can further upgrade to 512GB via the memory card slot provided.
Both models come with an Exynos 990 chipset, while some Note 20 Ultra versions get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 856 chipset.
The two models come with Android 10, which can be updated to Android 11.
5G capability is also one of the newest features that come with the Samsung flagship smartphone models.
Samsung unveiled both models in August 2020.
Of course, all these do not come cheap as the Note 20 has a starting price tag of GHS 5,729.26 ($999), with the Note 20 Ultra starting at GHS 7,449.76 ($1,299).
Samsung Galaxy S21 And S21 Ultra
The latest flagship models in the Samsung smartphone lineup are now the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. The models come with either an Exynos 2100 chipset or a Snapdragon 888, depending on the destination region.
Samsung has also decided to give each variant of the S lineup different RAM and storage options.
The new S models get an updated design with a contour-shaped camera.
The displays of the new S devices come with Gorilla Glass Victus, and it supports adaptive refresh.
However, the new S models do not offer an option for additional storage space, which means you can insert memory cards as is possible on the Note 20 ultra.
The S21, which is the entry-level phone of the S line up is the smallest among them. It has a 6.2-inch FHD+ flat screen and a plastic back.
However, it does not lack in its camera setup as it comes with a 12-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide, 12-megapixel f/1.8 wide with an OIS, and a whopping 64-megapixel telephoto f/2.0 with an OIS and three times optical zoom capability.
It also has a 10-megapixel front camera. The S21 comes equipped with a 4.000mAh battery that can fast with 25W. Storage space options are 128GB to 256GB and 8GB of RAM.
The S21+ has a larger 6.7-inch FHD+ screen and a flat panel with a back made of glass instead of plastic.
This phone comes with the same camera specs as the entry-level S21 and the same storage options, and 8GB RAM.
It, however, has a larger 4.800mAh battery as compared to the S21’s 4.000mAh battery.
The S21 Ultra is the ultimate flagship model with a 6.8-inch WQHD+ curved display.
It also supports a refresh rate of 120Hz at the highest resolution. It has a 108-megapixel sensor, 12-megapixel ultra-wide, and a further two 10-megapixel telephoto with 3x and 10x optical zoom capabilities.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra also offers a 100x space zoom and has a laser autofocus module present.
For people who love selfies, the S21 Ultra will take you to the next level with a 40-megapixel front camera for all your selfie needs.
The S21 has a large battery capacity of 5.000mAh and comes with storage options of 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 16GB of RAM.
Pricing for these models is no joke, just like their advanced features. The S21 starts at GHS 4,582.26 ($799); the S21+ begins at GHS (5729.26) $999, while the flagship s21 Ultra starts at GHS 6,876.26 ($1,199).