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The Samsung Galaxy S21 series is here at last and one of the best things about the new phones is that they are $200 cheaper than their predecessors. The S21 Ultra, which starts at $1,200, is the first S series flagship to support the S Pen. Unfortunately, the handset doesn’t have a place to store the stylus, which is sold separately for $40. The price increases to $69.99 if you also want a case for storing the digital pen. If you’d rather not spend north of $1,200 on the S21 Ultra and the add-ons, a discounted Galaxy Note 20 5G is worth a look.
Amazon US has shaved $100 off the price of the 128GB variant. Color options include Mystic Bronze, Mystic Gray, and Mystic Green.
The phone feature a 6.7 inches Super AMOLED panel and is underpinned by the Snapdragon 865 Plus. It has a triple camera array with a 12MP wide unit, a 64MP telephoto module, and a 12MP ultrawide sensor, and packs a 4,300mAh battery.
Unlike the Note 20 Ultra, which starts at $1,299, the phone doesn’t support a 120Hz refresh rate and it also doesn’t offer expandable storage. It also has reinforced polycarbonate (read: plastic) instead of glass on the back.