Samsung has announced its Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone, alongside the S21 & S21+ devices. The Ultra sports a 6.8-inch Edge Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O display, with HDR10+ support and a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate that runs at the screens highest resolution as well. The display is also Wacom-compatible, so it can support Samsung's S Pen stylus, but S21 Ultra users will have to purchase the S Pen separately. The S21 Ultra runs on the latest Exynos 2100 chip for the Indian market, and houses either 12GB or 16GB of RAM with up to 512GB of internal storage. There's a quad rear camera setup on the back, with a 108MP wide-angle sensor, a 12MP ultra wide lens, and twin 10MP telephoto units that offer up to 100x Space Zoom. There's a 40MP selfie camera, and a 5,000mAh battery to keep the lights on. Like with the S21 devices, there's Gorilla Glass Victus, IP68 water and dust resistance and no charging adapter in the box. Prices for the S21 Ultra start from ₹1,05,999 for the 256GB model, and the device is up for pre-order from January 15, and goes on sale from January 29.