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  • 6.8″ Inch, Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 120Hz, HDR10+, 1500 Nits (Peak), 1440 X 3200 Pixels, Corning Gorilla Glass Victus
  • 256GB Storage, 12GB RAM
  • Android 11, One UI 3.1, Exynos 2100 (5 nm), Octa-core (1×2.9 GHz Cortex-X1 & 3×2.80 GHz Cortex-A78 & 4×2.2 GHz…

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Especificação: samsung galaxy s21 ultra

Marca

‎SAMSUNG

Fabricante

‎Samsung

Modelo

‎SM-G998BZSGEUA

Ano

‎2021

Número da peça

‎SM-G998BZSGEUA

Tipo Do Produto

‎Eletrônicos

RAM

‎12 GB

Capacidade de armazenamento da memória

‎256 GB

Tamanho da memória externa

‎256

Capacidade de armazenamento digital

‎256 GB

Marca do processador

‎Samsung

Velocidade do processador

‎2.2, 2.8 GHz

Tecnologia da tela

‎AMOLED

Tamanho da tela

‎6.8 Polegadas

Tela ou mostrador

‎AMOLED

Diagonal da tela

‎21:9

Resolução do sensor óptico

‎108.0, 12.0 MP

Baterias inclusas

‎Sim

Funciona com baterias

‎Sim

Classificação de potência da bateria ou pilha

‎5000 Milliampere Hour (mAh)

Tecnologia celular

‎5G, 4G, 3G, 2G

Entrada de usuário

‎Tela sensível ao toque

Tipo de produto

‎Smartphone

Cor

‎Phantom Silver

Cor correspondente

‎Phantom Silver

Conexões

‎Celular

Resolução estática efetiva

‎108 MP

Peso do produto

‎227 g

Número do modelo

‎SM-G998BZSGEUA

EAN

‎8806090886980

Dimensões do produto

‎16.51 x 7.56 x 0.89 cm, 227 g

108 MP, F/1.8, 26mm (Wide), 1/1.33", 0.8µm, PDAF, Laser AF, OIS 10 MP, F/4.9, 240mm (Periscope Telephoto), 1/3.24", 1.22µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, OIS, 10x Optical Zoom 10 MP, F/2.4, 70mm (Telephoto), 1/3.24", 1.22µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, OIS, 3x Optical Zoom 12 MP, F/2.2, 13mm (Ultrawide), 1/2.55", 1.4µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, Super Steady Video, Front

40 MP, F/2.2, 26mm (Wide), 1/2.8", 0.7µm, PDAF

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Histórico de preço para Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra S-Pen - Preto (Versão EUA)
Últimas atualizações:
  • R$ 227,13 - março 29, 2024
  • R$ 197,57 - fevereiro 26, 2024
  • R$ 199,83 - janeiro 22, 2024
Desde: janeiro 22, 2024
  • Preço Mais Alto: R$ 227,13 - março 29, 2024
  • Preço Mais Baixo: R$ 197,57 - fevereiro 26, 2024

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  1. Renata Paludo de Inchoste

    Produto satisfatório vendedor excelente

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  2. SMH77

    This is my review of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, 12/256 GB version. Bought for £954 during the Prime Day sales. Taking advantage of the current Samsung Cashback deal which will knock another £150 off, the final price to me will be £804. I purchased direct from Amazon using their interest free installment option, which I have used before and find convenient.The S21 Ultra comes in a slender matte black box that matches the matte black panel of the smartphone. The box is slender because no charger or headphones are included. You get a USB-C to USB-C cable and the SIM Tray ejection pin. Nothing more, nothing less…I appreciate that Samsung has lowered the prices for the S21 range this year, and that they say they are trying to reduce the carbon footprint of their products. But, I still had to order a Samsung (Super Fast Charging) charger separately from Amazon.The S21 Ultra is in my eyes a nice looking phone. A black glossy aluminium frame sandwiched by two panels of Gorilla Glass Victus. The rear camera housing is essentially a metal plate that melds into the frame. All matte black and seemingly impervious to fingerprint smears. The phone has a 6.8″ screen, with minimal bezels and a compact frame. Because of this it is practically the same size as the phone I am replacing, a 6.67″ Samsung A70, and at 227g slightly heavier.Smartphone displays are Samsung’s forte. This one (a Dynamic Amoled 2X) is probably their best ever. With adaptive 120Hz, HDR 10+, and up to 1440 x 3200 (515ppi) pixels, you’re getting all the goodies. I always use Vivid colour mode. Natural mode is less punchy but more realistic. Brightness is excellent, supposedly up to 1500nits, which is a blessing outside on a sunny day. I stream or download a lot from Netflix, Amazon Video, and Disney+. And this viewing experience is simply superb.The refresh rate is adaptive between HDR and SDR content. And it seems to work seamlessly. It will probably be more appreciated by gamers, which I am not, so I can’t comment on that. You can change screen resolution between HD+, FHD+, and WQHD+. I prefer the middle ground with adaptive Refresh Rate on.Which brings me on to the reason why this is a four star review. The Exynos 2100 and battery life. I swore not to go back to an Exynos SoC. And I did only because the gap between the Exynos and Snapdragon (according to tech sites) is the smallest it has been. Both these chips are manufactured by Samsung on a 5nm fabrication line. And yet only China and the US get the Snapdragon variant!! Normally, I wouldn’t have a problem with this, as I don’t game, and so couldn’t care less that the Snapdragon uses the latest Adreno 660 GPU, while the Exnos uses a Mali-G78 GPU. Those who do may be better off looking for a Snapdragon 888 smartphone.However, Exynos chips are infamous for their effects on battery life, among other issues. And I feel that even at this early stage battery life is average at best. I can see why the S21 Ultra comes with a 5,000mAh cell. I feel that the first 20% depletes too fast. As I write this Battery and device care in Settings tells me that I have 19hrs 59mins left at 82% at my current rate. And yet I lost 18% in 2hrs just with simple web browsing. There are of course many variables to this. And you can customise screen and battery settings until you find a setup that suits your usage.There is some Internet chatter that certain apps like the camera app can accidentally activate via movement when in pocket. And this could contribute to battery drain. Whether this is true or not I don’t know. What I do know is that Samsung are probably class leaders when it comes to software fixes, updates, and patches.And talking of software, the S21 range of course comes with Android 11, and a guaranteed 3 OS updates. One UI 3.1 is Samsung’s Android skin of choice. I like it, and have used it under one name or another for a long time. A couple of years ago I used a phone running Android One before switching back to Samsung. To my mind One UI is more polished and genuinely useful. The main difference of course being the settings panel. Bloatware is at a minimum, and I always exercise the options to uninstall or force close unwanted or duplicate apps. The main culprits being Samsung or Microsoft. I usually stick to Google services for core apps.The main selling point of the S21 Ultra for me was it’s camera setup. A 108mp primary, a 12mp ultrawide, and two 10mp telephoto zoom lenses. All 4 have OIS, although the ultrawide which is utilised for video has something called Super Steady Video which I guess is a form of electronic stabilisation. I did a lot of online research to determine the best cameraphone for what I want. The general consensus usually has the S21 Ultra at the top of the pyramid. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is supposedly stunning, but around £450 more expensive, in the UK at least. The Sony Xperia 1 III will probably command a similar price. I like the processing algorithms used by Samsung in their camera app. The correction and sharpening available with autofocus gives quick shots, that are nicely detailed, with usually accurate colours. The selfie camera is a 40mp module that shoots in standard 10mp or high resolution 40mp. 4k video at 60fps is available on all the cameras, selfie included. Photo and video results are the best I have seen on a smartphone.Other notable highlights worth mentioning include a remarkably accurate and fast ultrasonic fingerprint reader. S-Pen Support, although one is not included. And a hybrid stereo speaker system where the top speaker is incorporated into the earpiece. The only other negative to me, other than the ones I have already mentioned is the lack of a headphone jack. Leaving you the options to go wireless or use an ungainly USB-C adaptor.The flagship competition to the S21 Ultra comes from the OnePlus 9 Pro, Xiaomi 11 Ultra, Oppo Find X3 Pro, and the upcoming Sony Xperia 1 III and Huawei P50 Pro. In my mind the Samsung beats them all when price and the overall balance of features is taken into account. Although even better if you can get hold of the Snapdragon 888 variant.I will update this review further down the line…

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  3. gereatricgeorge

    IT IS A FANTASTIC PHONE I AM HAVING PROBLEMS GETTING THE EAR BUDS? I AM 88+ YEARS YOUNG AND IN LOCKDOWN AND HAVING TO WAIT FOR PEN I HAVE BOUGHT IS NO PROBLEM THANK YOU the pen as arrived but cannot get free earbuds after trying several times? the system is to complex for a 88+ year young pensioner? can you help thank you “love the phone sadly giving up trying to get earbuds?” have a nice day

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  4. Sidney

    Podia vir com carregador por esse preço

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  5. Creuza S

    Dei de presente, pessoa gostou.

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  6. nsparey

    Got this to replace my much loved Huawei Mate 20 Pro, with Huawei torpedoed by Trump with a ban on Google services S21 Ultra seemed the best choice based on reviews. I use the camera for my business daily for snapping products so its a very important feature for me. Unboxing revealed no charger, really? £1100 phone?! OK so I bought an genuine Samsung fast charger and a genuine case, first impressions, its heavy! Ok so it a little bigger than the Mate but feels cumbersome and heavy enough that holding it above your head to read is less than comfortable, charging is underwhelming after the mate that can get a days use out of 20 minutes, its an hour for the S21 U real world, actually I never got an days use out of it, had to take to plugging it in at work, never had to do that with the Mate. In use its glitchy, in a week I had three hard locks and multiple go slows, never happened in 30 month with the Mate, scrolling could be jittery, even at the lowest res, especially with the battery saver on which I had to resort to keep it powered up for a day away from a charger. Most disappointing is the camera, photos are Noisy! I just couldn’t get a sharp image with it, tried every setting, even resorting to the space eating RAW format, the laser focusing is easily tripped up and Macro focussing appalling. The 10X zoom is impressive but soft and pointless in practice. The filter choice is poor, had to resort to using PS which added time to my work. Most annoying feature was the face unlock which simply doesn’t work, well maybe two times in ten, this is well documented issue on the net already. I had to go back to fingerprint unlock which is fine and works well but makes using Amazon Music hands free in the car impossible. It’s telling when you go back to a three year old Mate 20 Pro and think, “wow this is quick” I think some of it is Samsung’s interface, it clunky compared to the Mate and my previous One Plus, it could also be Android 11 teething problems but all together it makes the phone almost unusable for me. Glad it wasn’t on contract, now returning it.

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  7. Michael

    Specwise, the S21 Galaxy Ultra is a great phone. I mainly use it to play games such as Pokémon Go and it’s a massive step up in power from my previous Galaxy S7. While it does tend to degrade in performance the longer you play it, clearing notifications and restarting the app seems to fix it.The camera is pretty awesome, too. The digital zoom can take decent pictures of distant objects and the video camera is super smooth. It’s nice to take and share photos on it. The fingerprint reader is accurate and easy to use and the vibration features feels satisfying whether you’re getting a notification or an alert while playing a game. SmartSwitch was quick and easy to use and set up my new phone with no issues.However, a major downside and the biggest disappointment for myself is the screen: while bright and clear, it’s prone to bad scratching. Despite being touted as using the ‘toughest Gorilla Glass yet’ and utilising multiple cases with varying degrees of front cover, my original model gained a chip that discoloured a portion of the screen. I hoped the issue was resolved when I received a replacement, but the same issue occurred, with a superficial scratch covering the entire right side of the bottom right quadrant of the phone leading to another dent that discolours the screen that you can catch your nail in. Both times the phone was never out of a cover, only ever used lightly and placed either on a table face up or in a pocket with a cover on.I’ve just accepted that the screen is prone to scratches despite my attempts to protect it regardless of which cover I used. Even the pre-installed screen cover does not protect it from damage. It’s disappointing to spend so much money on a phone that’s so easily damaged even I’ve looked after it. I’ve never had this issue with such a vulnerable phone screen before – even my HTC One from nearly a decade ago was more resilient. It still works well, I just have to block out the damage that is easily seen on both black and white screens.A great phone that is unfortunately marred by an easily damaged screen. Disappointing for what is Samsung’s current – and expensive – flagship phone.

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  8. Renata Paludo de Inchoste

    Produto satisfatório vendedor excelente

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  9. Davi Vargas

    Ótima qualidade de tela, câmera, velocidade e outras funcionalidades

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  10. SMH77

    This is my review of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, 12/256 GB version. Bought for £954 during the Prime Day sales. Taking advantage of the current Samsung Cashback deal which will knock another £150 off, the final price to me will be £804. I purchased direct from Amazon using their interest free installment option, which I have used before and find convenient.The S21 Ultra comes in a slender matte black box that matches the matte black panel of the smartphone. The box is slender because no charger or headphones are included. You get a USB-C to USB-C cable and the SIM Tray ejection pin. Nothing more, nothing less…I appreciate that Samsung has lowered the prices for the S21 range this year, and that they say they are trying to reduce the carbon footprint of their products. But, I still had to order a Samsung (Super Fast Charging) charger separately from Amazon.The S21 Ultra is in my eyes a nice looking phone. A black glossy aluminium frame sandwiched by two panels of Gorilla Glass Victus. The rear camera housing is essentially a metal plate that melds into the frame. All matte black and seemingly impervious to fingerprint smears. The phone has a 6.8″ screen, with minimal bezels and a compact frame. Because of this it is practically the same size as the phone I am replacing, a 6.67″ Samsung A70, and at 227g slightly heavier.Smartphone displays are Samsung’s forte. This one (a Dynamic Amoled 2X) is probably their best ever. With adaptive 120Hz, HDR 10+, and up to 1440 x 3200 (515ppi) pixels, you’re getting all the goodies. I always use Vivid colour mode. Natural mode is less punchy but more realistic. Brightness is excellent, supposedly up to 1500nits, which is a blessing outside on a sunny day. I stream or download a lot from Netflix, Amazon Video, and Disney+. And this viewing experience is simply superb.The refresh rate is adaptive between HDR and SDR content. And it seems to work seamlessly. It will probably be more appreciated by gamers, which I am not, so I can’t comment on that. You can change screen resolution between HD+, FHD+, and WQHD+. I prefer the middle ground with adaptive Refresh Rate on.Which brings me on to the reason why this is a four star review. The Exynos 2100 and battery life. I swore not to go back to an Exynos SoC. And I did only because the gap between the Exynos and Snapdragon (according to tech sites) is the smallest it has been. Both these chips are manufactured by Samsung on a 5nm fabrication line. And yet only China and the US get the Snapdragon variant!! Normally, I wouldn’t have a problem with this, as I don’t game, and so couldn’t care less that the Snapdragon uses the latest Adreno 660 GPU, while the Exnos uses a Mali-G78 GPU. Those who do may be better off looking for a Snapdragon 888 smartphone.However, Exynos chips are infamous for their effects on battery life, among other issues. And I feel that even at this early stage battery life is average at best. I can see why the S21 Ultra comes with a 5,000mAh cell. I feel that the first 20% depletes too fast. As I write this Battery and device care in Settings tells me that I have 19hrs 59mins left at 82% at my current rate. And yet I lost 18% in 2hrs just with simple web browsing. There are of course many variables to this. And you can customise screen and battery settings until you find a setup that suits your usage.There is some Internet chatter that certain apps like the camera app can accidentally activate via movement when in pocket. And this could contribute to battery drain. Whether this is true or not I don’t know. What I do know is that Samsung are probably class leaders when it comes to software fixes, updates, and patches.And talking of software, the S21 range of course comes with Android 11, and a guaranteed 3 OS updates. One UI 3.1 is Samsung’s Android skin of choice. I like it, and have used it under one name or another for a long time. A couple of years ago I used a phone running Android One before switching back to Samsung. To my mind One UI is more polished and genuinely useful. The main difference of course being the settings panel. Bloatware is at a minimum, and I always exercise the options to uninstall or force close unwanted or duplicate apps. The main culprits being Samsung or Microsoft. I usually stick to Google services for core apps.The main selling point of the S21 Ultra for me was it’s camera setup. A 108mp primary, a 12mp ultrawide, and two 10mp telephoto zoom lenses. All 4 have OIS, although the ultrawide which is utilised for video has something called Super Steady Video which I guess is a form of electronic stabilisation. I did a lot of online research to determine the best cameraphone for what I want. The general consensus usually has the S21 Ultra at the top of the pyramid. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is supposedly stunning, but around £450 more expensive, in the UK at least. The Sony Xperia 1 III will probably command a similar price. I like the processing algorithms used by Samsung in their camera app. The correction and sharpening available with autofocus gives quick shots, that are nicely detailed, with usually accurate colours. The selfie camera is a 40mp module that shoots in standard 10mp or high resolution 40mp. 4k video at 60fps is available on all the cameras, selfie included. Photo and video results are the best I have seen on a smartphone.Other notable highlights worth mentioning include a remarkably accurate and fast ultrasonic fingerprint reader. S-Pen Support, although one is not included. And a hybrid stereo speaker system where the top speaker is incorporated into the earpiece. The only other negative to me, other than the ones I have already mentioned is the lack of a headphone jack. Leaving you the options to go wireless or use an ungainly USB-C adaptor.The flagship competition to the S21 Ultra comes from the OnePlus 9 Pro, Xiaomi 11 Ultra, Oppo Find X3 Pro, and the upcoming Sony Xperia 1 III and Huawei P50 Pro. In my mind the Samsung beats them all when price and the overall balance of features is taken into account. Although even better if you can get hold of the Snapdragon 888 variant.I will update this review further down the line…

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  11. Sidney

    Podia vir com carregador por esse preço

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  12. Creuza S

    Dei de presente, pessoa gostou.

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  13. nsparey

    Got this to replace my much loved Huawei Mate 20 Pro, with Huawei torpedoed by Trump with a ban on Google services S21 Ultra seemed the best choice based on reviews. I use the camera for my business daily for snapping products so its a very important feature for me. Unboxing revealed no charger, really? £1100 phone?! OK so I bought an genuine Samsung fast charger and a genuine case, first impressions, its heavy! Ok so it a little bigger than the Mate but feels cumbersome and heavy enough that holding it above your head to read is less than comfortable, charging is underwhelming after the mate that can get a days use out of 20 minutes, its an hour for the S21 U real world, actually I never got an days use out of it, had to take to plugging it in at work, never had to do that with the Mate. In use its glitchy, in a week I had three hard locks and multiple go slows, never happened in 30 month with the Mate, scrolling could be jittery, even at the lowest res, especially with the battery saver on which I had to resort to keep it powered up for a day away from a charger. Most disappointing is the camera, photos are Noisy! I just couldn’t get a sharp image with it, tried every setting, even resorting to the space eating RAW format, the laser focusing is easily tripped up and Macro focussing appalling. The 10X zoom is impressive but soft and pointless in practice. The filter choice is poor, had to resort to using PS which added time to my work. Most annoying feature was the face unlock which simply doesn’t work, well maybe two times in ten, this is well documented issue on the net already. I had to go back to fingerprint unlock which is fine and works well but makes using Amazon Music hands free in the car impossible. It’s telling when you go back to a three year old Mate 20 Pro and think, “wow this is quick” I think some of it is Samsung’s interface, it clunky compared to the Mate and my previous One Plus, it could also be Android 11 teething problems but all together it makes the phone almost unusable for me. Glad it wasn’t on contract, now returning it.

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  14. Michael

    Specwise, the S21 Galaxy Ultra is a great phone. I mainly use it to play games such as Pokémon Go and it’s a massive step up in power from my previous Galaxy S7. While it does tend to degrade in performance the longer you play it, clearing notifications and restarting the app seems to fix it.The camera is pretty awesome, too. The digital zoom can take decent pictures of distant objects and the video camera is super smooth. It’s nice to take and share photos on it. The fingerprint reader is accurate and easy to use and the vibration features feels satisfying whether you’re getting a notification or an alert while playing a game. SmartSwitch was quick and easy to use and set up my new phone with no issues.However, a major downside and the biggest disappointment for myself is the screen: while bright and clear, it’s prone to bad scratching. Despite being touted as using the ‘toughest Gorilla Glass yet’ and utilising multiple cases with varying degrees of front cover, my original model gained a chip that discoloured a portion of the screen. I hoped the issue was resolved when I received a replacement, but the same issue occurred, with a superficial scratch covering the entire right side of the bottom right quadrant of the phone leading to another dent that discolours the screen that you can catch your nail in. Both times the phone was never out of a cover, only ever used lightly and placed either on a table face up or in a pocket with a cover on.I’ve just accepted that the screen is prone to scratches despite my attempts to protect it regardless of which cover I used. Even the pre-installed screen cover does not protect it from damage. It’s disappointing to spend so much money on a phone that’s so easily damaged even I’ve looked after it. I’ve never had this issue with such a vulnerable phone screen before – even my HTC One from nearly a decade ago was more resilient. It still works well, I just have to block out the damage that is easily seen on both black and white screens.A great phone that is unfortunately marred by an easily damaged screen. Disappointing for what is Samsung’s current – and expensive – flagship phone.

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  15. Davi Vargas

    Ótima qualidade de tela, câmera, velocidade e outras funcionalidades

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  16. Renata Paludo de Inchoste

    Produto satisfatório vendedor excelente

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  17. SMH77

    This is my review of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, 12/256 GB version. Bought for £954 during the Prime Day sales. Taking advantage of the current Samsung Cashback deal which will knock another £150 off, the final price to me will be £804. I purchased direct from Amazon using their interest free installment option, which I have used before and find convenient.The S21 Ultra comes in a slender matte black box that matches the matte black panel of the smartphone. The box is slender because no charger or headphones are included. You get a USB-C to USB-C cable and the SIM Tray ejection pin. Nothing more, nothing less…I appreciate that Samsung has lowered the prices for the S21 range this year, and that they say they are trying to reduce the carbon footprint of their products. But, I still had to order a Samsung (Super Fast Charging) charger separately from Amazon.The S21 Ultra is in my eyes a nice looking phone. A black glossy aluminium frame sandwiched by two panels of Gorilla Glass Victus. The rear camera housing is essentially a metal plate that melds into the frame. All matte black and seemingly impervious to fingerprint smears. The phone has a 6.8″ screen, with minimal bezels and a compact frame. Because of this it is practically the same size as the phone I am replacing, a 6.67″ Samsung A70, and at 227g slightly heavier.Smartphone displays are Samsung’s forte. This one (a Dynamic Amoled 2X) is probably their best ever. With adaptive 120Hz, HDR 10+, and up to 1440 x 3200 (515ppi) pixels, you’re getting all the goodies. I always use Vivid colour mode. Natural mode is less punchy but more realistic. Brightness is excellent, supposedly up to 1500nits, which is a blessing outside on a sunny day. I stream or download a lot from Netflix, Amazon Video, and Disney+. And this viewing experience is simply superb.The refresh rate is adaptive between HDR and SDR content. And it seems to work seamlessly. It will probably be more appreciated by gamers, which I am not, so I can’t comment on that. You can change screen resolution between HD+, FHD+, and WQHD+. I prefer the middle ground with adaptive Refresh Rate on.Which brings me on to the reason why this is a four star review. The Exynos 2100 and battery life. I swore not to go back to an Exynos SoC. And I did only because the gap between the Exynos and Snapdragon (according to tech sites) is the smallest it has been. Both these chips are manufactured by Samsung on a 5nm fabrication line. And yet only China and the US get the Snapdragon variant!! Normally, I wouldn’t have a problem with this, as I don’t game, and so couldn’t care less that the Snapdragon uses the latest Adreno 660 GPU, while the Exnos uses a Mali-G78 GPU. Those who do may be better off looking for a Snapdragon 888 smartphone.However, Exynos chips are infamous for their effects on battery life, among other issues. And I feel that even at this early stage battery life is average at best. I can see why the S21 Ultra comes with a 5,000mAh cell. I feel that the first 20% depletes too fast. As I write this Battery and device care in Settings tells me that I have 19hrs 59mins left at 82% at my current rate. And yet I lost 18% in 2hrs just with simple web browsing. There are of course many variables to this. And you can customise screen and battery settings until you find a setup that suits your usage.There is some Internet chatter that certain apps like the camera app can accidentally activate via movement when in pocket. And this could contribute to battery drain. Whether this is true or not I don’t know. What I do know is that Samsung are probably class leaders when it comes to software fixes, updates, and patches.And talking of software, the S21 range of course comes with Android 11, and a guaranteed 3 OS updates. One UI 3.1 is Samsung’s Android skin of choice. I like it, and have used it under one name or another for a long time. A couple of years ago I used a phone running Android One before switching back to Samsung. To my mind One UI is more polished and genuinely useful. The main difference of course being the settings panel. Bloatware is at a minimum, and I always exercise the options to uninstall or force close unwanted or duplicate apps. The main culprits being Samsung or Microsoft. I usually stick to Google services for core apps.The main selling point of the S21 Ultra for me was it’s camera setup. A 108mp primary, a 12mp ultrawide, and two 10mp telephoto zoom lenses. All 4 have OIS, although the ultrawide which is utilised for video has something called Super Steady Video which I guess is a form of electronic stabilisation. I did a lot of online research to determine the best cameraphone for what I want. The general consensus usually has the S21 Ultra at the top of the pyramid. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is supposedly stunning, but around £450 more expensive, in the UK at least. The Sony Xperia 1 III will probably command a similar price. I like the processing algorithms used by Samsung in their camera app. The correction and sharpening available with autofocus gives quick shots, that are nicely detailed, with usually accurate colours. The selfie camera is a 40mp module that shoots in standard 10mp or high resolution 40mp. 4k video at 60fps is available on all the cameras, selfie included. Photo and video results are the best I have seen on a smartphone.Other notable highlights worth mentioning include a remarkably accurate and fast ultrasonic fingerprint reader. S-Pen Support, although one is not included. And a hybrid stereo speaker system where the top speaker is incorporated into the earpiece. The only other negative to me, other than the ones I have already mentioned is the lack of a headphone jack. Leaving you the options to go wireless or use an ungainly USB-C adaptor.The flagship competition to the S21 Ultra comes from the OnePlus 9 Pro, Xiaomi 11 Ultra, Oppo Find X3 Pro, and the upcoming Sony Xperia 1 III and Huawei P50 Pro. In my mind the Samsung beats them all when price and the overall balance of features is taken into account. Although even better if you can get hold of the Snapdragon 888 variant.I will update this review further down the line…

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  18. Creuza S

    Dei de presente, pessoa gostou.

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  19. nsparey

    Got this to replace my much loved Huawei Mate 20 Pro, with Huawei torpedoed by Trump with a ban on Google services S21 Ultra seemed the best choice based on reviews. I use the camera for my business daily for snapping products so its a very important feature for me. Unboxing revealed no charger, really? £1100 phone?! OK so I bought an genuine Samsung fast charger and a genuine case, first impressions, its heavy! Ok so it a little bigger than the Mate but feels cumbersome and heavy enough that holding it above your head to read is less than comfortable, charging is underwhelming after the mate that can get a days use out of 20 minutes, its an hour for the S21 U real world, actually I never got an days use out of it, had to take to plugging it in at work, never had to do that with the Mate. In use its glitchy, in a week I had three hard locks and multiple go slows, never happened in 30 month with the Mate, scrolling could be jittery, even at the lowest res, especially with the battery saver on which I had to resort to keep it powered up for a day away from a charger. Most disappointing is the camera, photos are Noisy! I just couldn’t get a sharp image with it, tried every setting, even resorting to the space eating RAW format, the laser focusing is easily tripped up and Macro focussing appalling. The 10X zoom is impressive but soft and pointless in practice. The filter choice is poor, had to resort to using PS which added time to my work. Most annoying feature was the face unlock which simply doesn’t work, well maybe two times in ten, this is well documented issue on the net already. I had to go back to fingerprint unlock which is fine and works well but makes using Amazon Music hands free in the car impossible. It’s telling when you go back to a three year old Mate 20 Pro and think, “wow this is quick” I think some of it is Samsung’s interface, it clunky compared to the Mate and my previous One Plus, it could also be Android 11 teething problems but all together it makes the phone almost unusable for me. Glad it wasn’t on contract, now returning it.

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  20. Michael

    Specwise, the S21 Galaxy Ultra is a great phone. I mainly use it to play games such as Pokémon Go and it’s a massive step up in power from my previous Galaxy S7. While it does tend to degrade in performance the longer you play it, clearing notifications and restarting the app seems to fix it.The camera is pretty awesome, too. The digital zoom can take decent pictures of distant objects and the video camera is super smooth. It’s nice to take and share photos on it. The fingerprint reader is accurate and easy to use and the vibration features feels satisfying whether you’re getting a notification or an alert while playing a game. SmartSwitch was quick and easy to use and set up my new phone with no issues.However, a major downside and the biggest disappointment for myself is the screen: while bright and clear, it’s prone to bad scratching. Despite being touted as using the ‘toughest Gorilla Glass yet’ and utilising multiple cases with varying degrees of front cover, my original model gained a chip that discoloured a portion of the screen. I hoped the issue was resolved when I received a replacement, but the same issue occurred, with a superficial scratch covering the entire right side of the bottom right quadrant of the phone leading to another dent that discolours the screen that you can catch your nail in. Both times the phone was never out of a cover, only ever used lightly and placed either on a table face up or in a pocket with a cover on.I’ve just accepted that the screen is prone to scratches despite my attempts to protect it regardless of which cover I used. Even the pre-installed screen cover does not protect it from damage. It’s disappointing to spend so much money on a phone that’s so easily damaged even I’ve looked after it. I’ve never had this issue with such a vulnerable phone screen before – even my HTC One from nearly a decade ago was more resilient. It still works well, I just have to block out the damage that is easily seen on both black and white screens.A great phone that is unfortunately marred by an easily damaged screen. Disappointing for what is Samsung’s current – and expensive – flagship phone.

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  21. Sidney

    Podia vir com carregador por esse preço

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  22. Davi Vargas

    Ótima qualidade de tela, câmera, velocidade e outras funcionalidades

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  23. Renata Paludo de Inchoste

    Produto satisfatório vendedor excelente

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  24. SMH77

    This is my review of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, 12/256 GB version. Bought for £954 during the Prime Day sales. Taking advantage of the current Samsung Cashback deal which will knock another £150 off, the final price to me will be £804. I purchased direct from Amazon using their interest free installment option, which I have used before and find convenient.The S21 Ultra comes in a slender matte black box that matches the matte black panel of the smartphone. The box is slender because no charger or headphones are included. You get a USB-C to USB-C cable and the SIM Tray ejection pin. Nothing more, nothing less…I appreciate that Samsung has lowered the prices for the S21 range this year, and that they say they are trying to reduce the carbon footprint of their products. But, I still had to order a Samsung (Super Fast Charging) charger separately from Amazon.The S21 Ultra is in my eyes a nice looking phone. A black glossy aluminium frame sandwiched by two panels of Gorilla Glass Victus. The rear camera housing is essentially a metal plate that melds into the frame. All matte black and seemingly impervious to fingerprint smears. The phone has a 6.8″ screen, with minimal bezels and a compact frame. Because of this it is practically the same size as the phone I am replacing, a 6.67″ Samsung A70, and at 227g slightly heavier.Smartphone displays are Samsung’s forte. This one (a Dynamic Amoled 2X) is probably their best ever. With adaptive 120Hz, HDR 10+, and up to 1440 x 3200 (515ppi) pixels, you’re getting all the goodies. I always use Vivid colour mode. Natural mode is less punchy but more realistic. Brightness is excellent, supposedly up to 1500nits, which is a blessing outside on a sunny day. I stream or download a lot from Netflix, Amazon Video, and Disney+. And this viewing experience is simply superb.The refresh rate is adaptive between HDR and SDR content. And it seems to work seamlessly. It will probably be more appreciated by gamers, which I am not, so I can’t comment on that. You can change screen resolution between HD+, FHD+, and WQHD+. I prefer the middle ground with adaptive Refresh Rate on.Which brings me on to the reason why this is a four star review. The Exynos 2100 and battery life. I swore not to go back to an Exynos SoC. And I did only because the gap between the Exynos and Snapdragon (according to tech sites) is the smallest it has been. Both these chips are manufactured by Samsung on a 5nm fabrication line. And yet only China and the US get the Snapdragon variant!! Normally, I wouldn’t have a problem with this, as I don’t game, and so couldn’t care less that the Snapdragon uses the latest Adreno 660 GPU, while the Exnos uses a Mali-G78 GPU. Those who do may be better off looking for a Snapdragon 888 smartphone.However, Exynos chips are infamous for their effects on battery life, among other issues. And I feel that even at this early stage battery life is average at best. I can see why the S21 Ultra comes with a 5,000mAh cell. I feel that the first 20% depletes too fast. As I write this Battery and device care in Settings tells me that I have 19hrs 59mins left at 82% at my current rate. And yet I lost 18% in 2hrs just with simple web browsing. There are of course many variables to this. And you can customise screen and battery settings until you find a setup that suits your usage.There is some Internet chatter that certain apps like the camera app can accidentally activate via movement when in pocket. And this could contribute to battery drain. Whether this is true or not I don’t know. What I do know is that Samsung are probably class leaders when it comes to software fixes, updates, and patches.And talking of software, the S21 range of course comes with Android 11, and a guaranteed 3 OS updates. One UI 3.1 is Samsung’s Android skin of choice. I like it, and have used it under one name or another for a long time. A couple of years ago I used a phone running Android One before switching back to Samsung. To my mind One UI is more polished and genuinely useful. The main difference of course being the settings panel. Bloatware is at a minimum, and I always exercise the options to uninstall or force close unwanted or duplicate apps. The main culprits being Samsung or Microsoft. I usually stick to Google services for core apps.The main selling point of the S21 Ultra for me was it’s camera setup. A 108mp primary, a 12mp ultrawide, and two 10mp telephoto zoom lenses. All 4 have OIS, although the ultrawide which is utilised for video has something called Super Steady Video which I guess is a form of electronic stabilisation. I did a lot of online research to determine the best cameraphone for what I want. The general consensus usually has the S21 Ultra at the top of the pyramid. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is supposedly stunning, but around £450 more expensive, in the UK at least. The Sony Xperia 1 III will probably command a similar price. I like the processing algorithms used by Samsung in their camera app. The correction and sharpening available with autofocus gives quick shots, that are nicely detailed, with usually accurate colours. The selfie camera is a 40mp module that shoots in standard 10mp or high resolution 40mp. 4k video at 60fps is available on all the cameras, selfie included. Photo and video results are the best I have seen on a smartphone.Other notable highlights worth mentioning include a remarkably accurate and fast ultrasonic fingerprint reader. S-Pen Support, although one is not included. And a hybrid stereo speaker system where the top speaker is incorporated into the earpiece. The only other negative to me, other than the ones I have already mentioned is the lack of a headphone jack. Leaving you the options to go wireless or use an ungainly USB-C adaptor.The flagship competition to the S21 Ultra comes from the OnePlus 9 Pro, Xiaomi 11 Ultra, Oppo Find X3 Pro, and the upcoming Sony Xperia 1 III and Huawei P50 Pro. In my mind the Samsung beats them all when price and the overall balance of features is taken into account. Although even better if you can get hold of the Snapdragon 888 variant.I will update this review further down the line…

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  25. Sidney

    Podia vir com carregador por esse preço

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  26. DALCIONES L.

    Produto cumpre com o prometido. Ainda que muito caro

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  27. Luiz Claudio Pinheiro Jansen

    Produto lacrado e com selo.

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  28. Luiz Claudio Pinheiro Jansen

    Produto lacrado e com selo.

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  29. Sidney

    Podia vir com carregador por esse preço

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  30. DALCIONES L.

    Produto cumpre com o prometido. Ainda que muito caro

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  31. Creuza S

    Dei de presente, pessoa gostou.

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  32. nsparey

    Got this to replace my much loved Huawei Mate 20 Pro, with Huawei torpedoed by Trump with a ban on Google services S21 Ultra seemed the best choice based on reviews. I use the camera for my business daily for snapping products so its a very important feature for me. Unboxing revealed no charger, really? £1100 phone?! OK so I bought an genuine Samsung fast charger and a genuine case, first impressions, its heavy! Ok so it a little bigger than the Mate but feels cumbersome and heavy enough that holding it above your head to read is less than comfortable, charging is underwhelming after the mate that can get a days use out of 20 minutes, its an hour for the S21 U real world, actually I never got an days use out of it, had to take to plugging it in at work, never had to do that with the Mate. In use its glitchy, in a week I had three hard locks and multiple go slows, never happened in 30 month with the Mate, scrolling could be jittery, even at the lowest res, especially with the battery saver on which I had to resort to keep it powered up for a day away from a charger. Most disappointing is the camera, photos are Noisy! I just couldn’t get a sharp image with it, tried every setting, even resorting to the space eating RAW format, the laser focusing is easily tripped up and Macro focussing appalling. The 10X zoom is impressive but soft and pointless in practice. The filter choice is poor, had to resort to using PS which added time to my work. Most annoying feature was the face unlock which simply doesn’t work, well maybe two times in ten, this is well documented issue on the net already. I had to go back to fingerprint unlock which is fine and works well but makes using Amazon Music hands free in the car impossible. It’s telling when you go back to a three year old Mate 20 Pro and think, “wow this is quick” I think some of it is Samsung’s interface, it clunky compared to the Mate and my previous One Plus, it could also be Android 11 teething problems but all together it makes the phone almost unusable for me. Glad it wasn’t on contract, now returning it.

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  33. Michael

    Specwise, the S21 Galaxy Ultra is a great phone. I mainly use it to play games such as Pokémon Go and it’s a massive step up in power from my previous Galaxy S7. While it does tend to degrade in performance the longer you play it, clearing notifications and restarting the app seems to fix it.The camera is pretty awesome, too. The digital zoom can take decent pictures of distant objects and the video camera is super smooth. It’s nice to take and share photos on it. The fingerprint reader is accurate and easy to use and the vibration features feels satisfying whether you’re getting a notification or an alert while playing a game. SmartSwitch was quick and easy to use and set up my new phone with no issues.However, a major downside and the biggest disappointment for myself is the screen: while bright and clear, it’s prone to bad scratching. Despite being touted as using the ‘toughest Gorilla Glass yet’ and utilising multiple cases with varying degrees of front cover, my original model gained a chip that discoloured a portion of the screen. I hoped the issue was resolved when I received a replacement, but the same issue occurred, with a superficial scratch covering the entire right side of the bottom right quadrant of the phone leading to another dent that discolours the screen that you can catch your nail in. Both times the phone was never out of a cover, only ever used lightly and placed either on a table face up or in a pocket with a cover on.I’ve just accepted that the screen is prone to scratches despite my attempts to protect it regardless of which cover I used. Even the pre-installed screen cover does not protect it from damage. It’s disappointing to spend so much money on a phone that’s so easily damaged even I’ve looked after it. I’ve never had this issue with such a vulnerable phone screen before – even my HTC One from nearly a decade ago was more resilient. It still works well, I just have to block out the damage that is easily seen on both black and white screens.A great phone that is unfortunately marred by an easily damaged screen. Disappointing for what is Samsung’s current – and expensive – flagship phone.

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  34. Angélica

    Gostamos muito do celular, ele é bem rápido e muito bonito. A câmera dele é boa, e a bateria dura cerca de 1 dia.

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  35. Kathyane siqueira

    Celular leve, compacto e muito bonito! cumpre oq promete: desempenho excelente!

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  36. Cléssio Antonio dos Santos

    Produto bom, entrega boa! Infelizmente não me atentei no pedido que teria o carregador fonte incluso na caixa.

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  37. Márcia Alves

    Gostei de tudo.

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  38. Katia B.

    Chegou em perfeito estado! Excelente telefone!

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  39. Luana

    O telefone veio com defeito comprovado pela autorizada Sansung e o vendedor não me devolve o valor.

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  40. Renata

    Fiquei surpresa com a rapidez. Demorou menos de 5 dias para chegar.Aparelho lacrado, sem nenhuma injúria.Só vem o cabo, não vem a fonte

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  41. Heyttor

    Ótimo, entrega rápida

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  42. Andréia

    Apesar de ser um ótimo celular em vários quesitos, peca no sentido de bateria…

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  43. Bruno

    Celular com ótimos recursos e tecnologia de ponta. Processador poderia ser melhor e bateria também, mas é satisfatória.

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  44. Bex

    Olha a entrega chegou antes da data prevista! Mas a entrega foi muito mal feita, estou decepcionada e um pouco assustada quando abri e vi algo atrás do celular, uma coisinha bem pequeninha mas preocupante e a caixinha veio toda amassada, não sei se foi por causa dos correios, mas estou bem aborrecida por isso, ainda não fiz as coisas no celular já que era presente.Amazon raramente me trouxe pacotes amassados e etc, mas quando eu vi a caixa do meu fiquei muito assustada pq e um celular e atrás dele tem uma bolinha q parece ter acontecido algo, espero que não cause problemas.

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  45. Nélio Eurípedes Machado

    O aparelho é muito bonito, aliás é igual à linha J que eu já tive, porém, o consumo de bateria mal dá para 24 horas.

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  46. DALCIONES L.

    Produto cumpre com o prometido. Ainda que muito caro

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  47. Sidney

    Podia vir com carregador por esse preço

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  48. Amazon Customer

    ATENDEU MINHAS ESPECTATIVAS

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  49. Francisco caninde de souza

    Gostei muito ; uso pra quase tudo – muito bom .

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  50. Davi

    Celular excelente, processador, câmera, construção do aparelho, resistência a água, entre muito outros recursos que são sensacionais, só perde em algumas coisas pro sucessor (S23 ultra) mas nem tudo são flores, o carregador não vem na caixa e site da samsung para solicitar o carregador que o consumidor tem por direito é um lixo. Além disso, a Samsung bloqueou qualquer adaptador tipo C que não seja o original da fabricante, ou seja, além de não fornecerem o adaptador tipo C para p2 eles simplesmente bloquearam a entrada para cabos de terceiros. Tirando isso, pra mim está sendo a melhor experiência Android até o momento.

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  51. Augusto de Brito

    Vale a pena adquirir em 2023, desde que o S23 Ultra esteja até 1000 reais mais claro. É um aparelho extremamente rápido, a S Pen é muito útil, as câmeras são de altíssima qualidade. O design também é muito bonito. Quanto à entrega, aconteceu antes do prazo. O aparelho estava em perfeitas condições. Única crítica fica para a aquisição do carregador no site da Samsung, que estava fora do ar. No S23 já vem na caixa. Enfim, super recomendo!

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  52. Carlos Alberto Mattana

    Sensacional!Sou usuário da linha Note desde o Note 2.O S22 Ultra é disparado o melhor celular da Samsung que já usei.E com o lançamento do S23, o preço baixou e atingiu um excelente custo/benefício.Câmeras maravilhosas, extremamente rápido, sem engasgos ou travamentos.Recomendo demais!

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  53. Andrea Talione Torres

    Chegou muito rápido e em perfeito estado, muito bem embalado

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  54. Pedro Leonardo Souza Meneses

    O celular é muito bom. Mas, a bateria é horrível.

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  55. TEODJANE CRISPIM DE LIMA JUNIOR

    Bom produto

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  56. Felipe Fantin

    Fui do S21 Ultra para o S22 Ultra, estava com receio de trocar, visto que as diferenças são “mínimas”, porém parece que fiz uma excelente escolha.O aparelho em si é muito parecido, câmera muito parecida. Diria que de forma geral, 10% melhor que o S21 Ultra (para fotos, especialmente de noite, poderia dizer uns 20%).O Exynos do S21 Ultra era muito bom, mas o SnapDragon do S22 Ultra parece realmente fazer uma diferença significante, especialmente para a câmera e pós-processamento das fotos (não sei como é o Exynos da mesma geração desse SnapDragon, mas estou impressionado).O único ponto negativo em relação ao seu anterior, é que esse não veio com película de fábrica.O que mais está me impressionando, e que eu estava curioso para testar, é a S-pen (sei que o S21 Ultra suporta, mas não com ele, e não tem compartimento próprio para a caneta).Quanto mais uso ela, mais impressionado eu fico. Não é uma simples “caneta”, é um dispositivo “inteligente” que abre muitas portas para produtividade.Fazem uns 2 anos que não vivo mais sem bloco de notas (o que é ruim quando estou por exemplo na rua e o bloco de notas está em casa).Acredito que estarei substituindo 100% (ou quase) dos meus blocos de notas, migrando para o Samsung Notes, aplicativo FANTÁSTICO, parabenizo a Samsung pelo belíssimo trabalho, estou encantado com suas funcionalidades.Minha dica para quem está chegando agora num smartphone com S-pen e deseja utilizar como seu “bloco de notas”: Pratique bastante, é algo que “nós humanos” não estamos acostumados, precisamos aprender! 😀

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  57. Felipe Fantin

    Os pontos fortes são: Tela perfeita com excelente brilho, bateria grande porém não demora para carregar, bastante ágil no multitarefas e o que mais fique surpreso foi a câmera que melhorou muito nas fotos a noite. Pontos que não gostei tanto: A bateria sempre me deixa na mão no final do dia, e se fizer muitas fotos e vídeos ela derrete fácil, a tela arranha com facilidade e o aparelho é bem pesado. Não me arrependo mas as vezes penso que poderia esperar mais um pouco e pegar o S23 Ultra.

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  58. Junior

    Primeiramente, ele é grande. Pra quem não tá acostumado ou tem mãos pequenas, isso meio que pode ser um problema. Pra quem gosta é um ponto a mais.Segundamente: comprei o verde, mas acho ele “pouco verde”. Ele puxa muito pro cinza, mesmo no sol. Tu precisa ficar inclinando e procurando a cor, o que não vejo ser o caso das demais opções. Não é um problema, exatamente, mas algo que eu gostaria que ficasse mais evidente. A cor é bonita demais pra ficar apagada, sabem?!Terceiramente: o resto dele é incrível, tela, câmera, desempenho, fluidez, Spen e tudo mais. É uma ignorância em forma de celular. Pra quem quer substituir o PC usando o Dex, melhor ainda. Pra quem não sabe o que é, busque aprender, vale muito a pena (um galinheiro inteiro, eu diria).Sobre a bateria, é aquela coisa, cavalo anda assim como cavalo bebe. Ninguém espera uma média boa de gasolina andando de Lamborghini, mas também não é pra tanto como reclamam.Eu uso bastante e estou deixando a proteção de bateria carregar até, no máximo, 85%, e ainda sim dá e sobra pra um dia inteiro. Querer mais bateria que isso desse nível de aparelho é loucura. O zoom é quase um telescópio hahah, os vizinhos que se cuidem!

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  59. jefferson

    Realizei a compra e, embora tenha demorado um pouco para chegar, desde o início o aparelho mostrou-se espetacular. O único contratempo foi com o carregador, no entanto, no meu caso, o Bud2 foi oferecido como brinde e não houve problemas em recebê-lo. Infelizmente, a entrega do carregador pela Samsung levou quase um mês após a aquisição do aparelho. É importante ficar atento a esse ponto.

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  60. Felipe Fantin

    Fui do S21 Ultra para o S22 Ultra, estava com receio de trocar, visto que as diferenças são “mínimas”, porém parece que fiz uma excelente escolha.O aparelho em si é muito parecido, câmera muito parecida. Diria que de forma geral, 10% melhor que o S21 Ultra (para fotos, especialmente de noite, poderia dizer uns 20%).O Exynos do S21 Ultra era muito bom, mas o SnapDragon do S22 Ultra parece realmente fazer uma diferença significante, especialmente para a câmera e pós-processamento das fotos (não sei como é o Exynos da mesma geração desse SnapDragon, mas estou impressionado).O único ponto negativo em relação ao seu anterior, é que esse não veio com película de fábrica.O que mais está me impressionando, e que eu estava curioso para testar, é a S-pen (sei que o S21 Ultra suporta, mas não com ele, e não tem compartimento próprio para a caneta).Quanto mais uso ela, mais impressionado eu fico. Não é uma simples “caneta”, é um dispositivo “inteligente” que abre muitas portas para produtividade.Fazem uns 2 anos que não vivo mais sem bloco de notas (o que é ruim quando estou por exemplo na rua e o bloco de notas está em casa).Acredito que estarei substituindo 100% (ou quase) dos meus blocos de notas, migrando para o Samsung Notes, aplicativo FANTÁSTICO, parabenizo a Samsung pelo belíssimo trabalho, estou encantado com suas funcionalidades.Minha dica para quem está chegando agora num smartphone com S-pen e deseja utilizar como seu “bloco de notas”: Pratique bastante, é algo que “nós humanos” não estamos acostumados, precisamos aprender! 😀

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  61. Felipe Fantin

    Fotos e vídeos maravilhosos. Qualidade top!Desempenho e qualidade da tela 120 Hz fantástica!Muitas funções úteis para produtividade e usabilidade.Bateria dura ok, nada de espetacular. Imaginei por ser 5.000 mAh duraria mais.Se houver algum ponto negativo, seria o peso. Vim de um Galaxy S9 e ainda sinto saudades do peso dele rsMaioria das capas do S23 funcionam nela (ficar atento apenas a entrada do microfone superior que no S23 é diferente, fica coberto, testei e não fez diferença na ligação).Muito satisfeito e recomendo demais.

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  62. Cléssio Antonio dos Santos

    Produto bom, entrega boa! Infelizmente não me atentei no pedido que teria o carregador fonte incluso na caixa.

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  63. Angélica

    Gostamos muito do celular, ele é bem rápido e muito bonito. A câmera dele é boa, e a bateria dura cerca de 1 dia.

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  64. Kathyane siqueira

    Celular leve, compacto e muito bonito! cumpre oq promete: desempenho excelente!

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  65. FERNANDA SOUZA

    Produto chegou de acordo com a foto do anuncio e sem nenhuma avaria.

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  66. Rex W. Hill

    The product works really well, the fine tip piece is amazing, you dont need to Bluetooth or wifi connect. It just works right on the spot!The negative review for me is the product bends and is flimsy, recommend getting a phone case that can hold the pen.

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  67. Client Kindle

    Identique à l’original mais pour les enfants si on l’echappe le crayon s’ouvre mais se répare facilement

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  68. Li

    This cover appears to be sturdy, fits the phone very well, and the credit card slot at the back is handy. For wireless charging, be sure to take any credit cards in the slot, and place carefully on the charging pad (blue light has to go on), as it’s pretty specific as to where the phone has to be placed in order for charging to work. All in all, not fancy, but a good choice for a reliable phone cover.

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  69. fa7

    I’ve had this case for a month now, and I am very happy with it so far!I love that it holds my ID and debit card, which is why I chose this one. It’s pretty easy to slide open, and closes back securely.This case does allow my phone to charge on the Samsung Trio charger. I have to move it a bit sometimes but it does charge through the case.It shows finger prints just a little bit, as expected, but not bad at all!The case has not scratched yet, which is great! I liked my previous spigen case but it scratched pretty easily.I wouldn’t say I’m rough on my phone, but I don’t really baby it. It’s been dropped once in the case so far and was protected.Would purchase again.

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  70. Alex Calleja

    Empece a usar cases Spigen desde hace varios años, la verdad es que el poder guardar un par de tarjetas me facilita la vida porque ya casi no uso cartera y bueno es muy resistente a caídas también.

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  71. Dolly-Marie Varney

    I have dropped my phone so many times. This cover has helped tremendously keeping my phone safe. I have a hard time with opening the the charging port cover. That’s my only complaint. But I am glad that my phone is well protected.

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  72. Eduardo G.

    Todo es excelente…Lo único la huella es complicado por como esta diseñado pero pues es lo de menos existe reconocimiento facial también

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  73. Cynthia

    Super mais pas test d eau peur je garde pour voyage car en normal peut pas je dois enlevé chaque fois !

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  74. william davidson

    This case looks beautiful and is also very functional. Holds phone, credit cards, and cash, all with the rfid protection. Has a good feel in the hand and the magnetic clasp is convenient.

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  75. Amazon Customer

    This has the perfect number of cards slots. It holds my phone really well. I have unfortunately dropped my phone a few times, but this case has all around protection. The leather has held up really well. Its beautiful and feels good and is easy to slip into a back pocket of jeans or in a jacket.

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  76. Michelle Simpson

    This is a great case for my phone, and has enough slots for my license and credit cards. Being leather, I expect it to be very durable. Feels good in the hand…not slippery at all. And I love the idea that it provides RFID protection, especially when traveling.

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