Part of Samsung's flagship range for 2021, the Samsung Galaxy S21 showcases some of Samsung's finest tech to date. From its eye-catching contoured metal frame to the outstanding triple-lens rear camera with 8K video, this Android is impressive inside and out.

The smallest - and most affordable - handset in the S21 trio, let's dive in and explore the Samsung Galaxy S21 in more detail below.

1. Triple-lens rear camera

You'll find not one, but three unique lenses on the back of the Samsung Galaxy S21. Designed to help you effortlessly take professional-looking shots directly on your device, your creativity will never be limited with this handset.

The rear camera system features a main 12MP wide lens to help you capture the finest details in any light, as well as a second 12MP ultra-wide lens. The third and final lens is the 64MP telephoto camera, with 3x optical zoom on hand to help you take macro shots from just centimetres away.


Snapping portraits and creating a blurred background effect is simple with the S21, and with Samsung's night mode enabled you'll have the freedom to shoot at any time of day. Samsung's Single Take can be switched on too, and once activated you'll be able to capture the same moment from up to 14 different angles just by hitting the shutter button.

And if that's not enough, there's also a high-spec 10MP camera on the front. Built-in autofocus will ensure your selfies are never blurry, while the wide-lens design makes it easier to fit more into the frame - perfect for group shots, or for showing more of your surroundings in video calls with friends.

2. 8K Video with Super Steady Mode

First making its debut on the S21's predecessor - the Samsung Galaxy S20 - the entire S21 series will come with amazing 8K video. Whether you're an aspiring filmmaker or you simply love shooting on your phone, footage that's four times more detailed than 4K will be at your fingertips.


It's even possible to edit your 8K videos directly on the handset too, helping you to drastically cutdown post-production time. If you're recording action-packed scenes too, don't forget to switch on Super Steady Mode - it'll help stabilise your video instantly.

3. Exynos 2100 5nm Processor

Whether you'll be gaming online or recording in 8K, the Exynos 2100 5nm processor (the fastest 5nm chip yet) will be working away behind the scenes to ensure you always receive a lightning-fast, seamless performance on the S21.


There's plenty of RAM onboard too, and as you might have guessed from the phone's title, 5G support whenever you're in a 5G-ready area. This means high-speed downloads, lower latency and more reliable network coverage.

Samsung Pay will also be available, and you can even connect with Samsung DeX to share your phone on the big screen.

4. Contoured Metal Frame

Samsung has made sure the S21 series stands out from the crowd, and the frame of the S21 has been created from a unique, contoured metal. Smooth edges mean this handset is always a pleasure to use - even for extended periods of time - and Samsung's frosted haze effect on the back of the phone ensures you'll never have to worry about smudges and fingerprints ruining its design. The back is protected by Samsung's Glasstic tech too, and has an IP68 water and dust resistance rating - so it can be submerged in 1.5m of water for up to 30 minutes before incurring any damage.


On the front meanwhile, there's a 6.2-inch Full HD+ display, with Dynamic AMOLED technology and an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate to deliver a seamless, cinematic experience. Whether you're streaming, gaming or just scrolling through socials, you'll always be able to enjoy a clear, vibrant picture on the S21 5G.

5. Wireless PowerShare

With a 4,000 mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will easily take you from morning until night on one full charge. When you do need to power the phone back up however, you have plenty of options - and whatever you choose, you won't have to wait around long.


If you plug the handset in, you can take advantage of 25W Super Fast charging with a compatible charger, but if you prefer to go wireless, 15W wireless charging is supported too. The S21 range also comes with Samsung's innovative PowerShare feature, helping you to transfer power from your Samsung S21 to another device, such as a friend's phone or a Samsung Watch. As long as the second device in question is Qi-compatible, all you just need to place it onto the back of the S21 to get things started.

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