Samsung galaxy s21 price in Pakistan – Detailed Review

If you want to know about a detailed review of Samsung galaxy s21, then you are at the right place. so let’s get started:

Price:

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 in Pakistan was around PKR 176,500 for the 128GB variant.

Colors:

  • Colors associated with the Phantom include the shades of gray, white, the color violet, and pink.

SIM:

  • Dual Sim, Dual Standby, eSIM (Nano-SIM).

Processor:

It is powered by the Exynos 2100 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 888  processor, both of which are top-of-the-line chipsets.

Both processors provide excellent performance and can easily handle intensive tasks such as gaming and video editing

OS:

  • It runs on the Android operating system,
  • specifically the Android 11 version with Samsung’s One UI 3.1 skin on top.

Layout and Display

The screen’s resolution has been lowered, and a plastic shell has replaced the metal one.
The innovative rear camera module is a first of its kind.
The light weight of this phone makes it convenient to take about.
Due to certain notable omissions, the Galaxy S21 cannot be considered as “flagship” as past Samsung flagships. Whether or not this satisfies your needs is subjective, but Samsung made the right call in reducing the phone’s suggested retail price.

Two major sections were cut out, and several smaller sections were taken out as well. The biggest drawback, for those who refuse to lower their standards, is the maximum screen resolution’s decrease. Samsung has dropped the screen size from WQHD+ (1440p) to FHD+ (1080p). You can discern the difference if you look carefully; but, with a 6.2-inch screen, the change isn’t really noticeable to me.

Memory:

The Samsung Galaxy S21 is offered with three distinct memory capacities:

  • A total of 128 gigabytes of storage space and eight gigabytes of memory.
  • Eight gigabytes of RAM and two fifty six gigabytes  of storage space
  • Eight gigabytes of RAM and 512 gigabytes of storage space.

Camera:

The cameras on the Galaxy S21 and S21+ are identical to those on the Galaxy S20: a primary twelve Megapixels F1.8 unit with Two Pixel focus automatically and OIS, a secondary twelve mega pixels F2.2 ultra-wide unit, a secondary 64MP F2.0 zoom unit, and a front-facing 10MP F2.2 unit with Two Pixel’s automatic focusing. We weren’t expecting a big improvement in image quality, but it seems that Samsung has toned down the oversaturation, making the main camera’s output seem more like real life.

Daytime photos have a good amount of depth, shade, and contrasts; I sometimes discover the clarity to be overwhelming, but that may be due to the little screen I’m viewing them on. What you do when the lights go down is fine. Even with Night mode enabled, photos captured inside at night still seem and feel soft owing to heavy post-processing. Likewise, the front-facing camera does a fine job. The majority of indoor selfies are fuzzy compared to those taken outdoors. Selfies taken in low light might turn out to be entirely useless or surprisingly wonderful.

Connectivity:

Here are the connectivity specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S21:

  •  Network: It’s both 5G and 4G LTE.
  • Yes, Near Field Communication (NFC) Bluetooth v5.2 USB v3.2 Type-C OTGSend assistance Nano-SIM and The electronic SIM SIM card Global Positioning System  Glonass, BeiDou, Galileo.
  • Audio jack: No (supports USB-C headphones).

Other Features:

  • In-display fingerprint scanner,
  • IP68 water and dust resistance,
  • stereo speakers, and no headphone jack.

Battery:

  • The Samsung Galaxy S21 comes with a non-removable Li-Ion 4000 mAh battery.
  • It also supports Reverse wireless charging up to 4.5W, which means that you can use your Galaxy S21 to charge other devices wirelessly.
  • The battery life of the Galaxy S21 can vary depending on usage patterns and settings, but Samsung claims that the phone can provide up to 22 hours of video playback or up to 75 hours of audio playback on a single charge.

Pros:

Here are some of the pros:

  1. Impressive Performance: It is powered by the latest Snapdragon 888/Exynos 2100 processor, making it a high-performance device.
  2. 5G Connectivity: The Galaxy S21 has 5G connectivity, which means it can connect to the latest high-speed networks and deliver fast internet speeds.
  3. It has great display.
  4. It has excellent camera.
  5. Battery life: The device has a 4000mAh battery that provides excellent battery life and can last an entire day on a single charge.
  6. Water and dust resistance: it is IP68 rated for water and dust resistance, making it durable and capable of handling tough conditions.
  7. Security: The device comes with a range of security features, including an in-display fingerprint sensor, facial recognition, and Samsung Knox, making it a secure device.

Cons:

Here are some of the cons:

  1. Due to the absence of an SD card slot, it will not be possible for you to increase the storage capacity of your Samsung Galaxy S21.
  2. No charger in the box: The Samsung Galaxy S21 does not come with a charger in the box, which means you need to buy a separate charger if you don’t already have one. This can be an inconvenience and an extra expense for users.
  3. Limited battery life: The battery life on the Samsung Galaxy S21 is not as long as some other flagship phones, such as the iPhone 12 or the Samsung Galaxy S20. This means you may need to charge your phone more frequently throughout the day.
  4. No headphone jack: There is no standard 3.5mm headphone port included in the Samsung Galaxy S21, just as there isn’t one in many other premium smartphones. Either corded headphones that need an adapter or wireless headphones that do not require an adapter might be challenging to use for some people.
  5. Plastic back: It has a plastic back instead of the glass back found on its predecessor, the Galaxy S20. While this helps reduce the weight of the phone, it can make it feel less premium and more prone to scratches and scuffs.

Conclusion:

  • Beginning in early 2021, Samsung produced the Galaxy S21, a premium smartphone.
  • Overall, it is a top-of-the-line smartphone that offers excellent performance, a gorgeous display, and a great camera system. It also features 5G connectivity and a sleek, modern design. However, it is quite expensive, and some users may find the lack of expandable storage or a headphone jack to be drawbacks. Ultimately, the S21 is a great choice for those looking for a premium smartphone with top-tier features.

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