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Samsung banned it’s Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G smartphone, here’s why

Samsung banned it's Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G smartphone, here's why
Samsung banned it’s Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G smartphone, here’s why

According to the reports, Samsung smartphone maker has discontinued to sell the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G smartphone in preparation to produce Galaxy S22 Ultra. Meanwhile, the company is set to launch its new premium flagship S22 series tomorrow.

The reports of GSMArena show that Samsung is no longer selling the Galaxy S21 Ultra on its official websites in France, Germany, the UK and the US and in other countries. Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone will be available only at the stores that contain the smartphone stock.
Specifications of Galaxy S22 Ultra
The smartphone features Super Clear lens for the main camera having 108MP. The new lens provides reduced glare and reflections and allow the sensor to resolve more detail. The smartphone stabilises video well. An AI-assisted Wide Shift OIS feature will help in achieving better stabilisation of videos, effectively reducing camera shake by 4 times when compared to S21 Ultra.
The smartphone will be available with a quad camera featuring a developed 108MP ISOCELL HM3 primary camera, 12MP ultrawide sensor, two new 10MP Sony telephoto sensors with 3x and 10x zoom capabilities. And the front camera features 40 Mega Pixel.
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