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We're all spending a lot more time alone these days, so it's the perfect time to perfect your selfie game.
Samsung is reeling in Instagram obsessives with its flattering new camera range featuring and editing tools.
The brand finally unveiled its Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ and Ultra priced from £749 in its Unpacked launch today.
The new trio of phones will go on sale from January 29, with pre-orders beginning on Thursday.
It promises its latest phone line – which come in pretty pastel-hued colours including Phantom violent and pink – will improve selfies with improved editing and colour-correcting tools.
It also boasts new features to improve your food snaps, if your camera requirements include showing off your lockdown cooking skills.
What do you think of the new Samsung Galaxy S21 range? Share your views in the comments below…
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At its live launch today, Samsung said its cameras enhanced light-balancing will ensure it picks up your natural skin tone in any conditions – including at night – the moment you flip the camera around and snap a selfie.
The brand says it has improved its camera's portrait mode so you 'pop' in the frame.
The portrait mode will still work when you take a selfie, blurring the background and automatically separating the subject from the background to look like a professional photographer has taken your picture.
Samsung has boosted its phones' night-time and low-light photography capabilities – so you can snap clearer shots when nights out with pals are a reality again.
Samsung's new Galaxy S21 smartphones come in pretty pastel hues
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The new laser auto-focus macro feature can detect when an object is 30cm away.
What that means is if you're into taking pics of your lockdown banana bread-baking skills to post on the grid – the camera has been designed to adjust automatically to know you're snapping food porn.
Another new feature will enable you to take clearer screen-shots from video filmed on the S21's camera, so you can save candid moments to your camera roll.
Both the S21 and the S21+ come with a triple rear camera system.
On the S21 Ultra, there is a quad rear camera system (four lenses).
S21 prices start at £749, the S21+ at £949 and the S21 Ultra starts at £1,149.
Find the full new range for pre-ordering here.
So what else is new?
Today's Samsung Galaxy Unpacked S21 came with some key new features.
The most hotly-anticipated are its new noise-cancelling wireless headphones, and bluetooth-enabled tracking tags.
The new Samsung range features Galaxy Ear Buds
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Samsung Galaxy Ear Buds Pro
Samsung's is touting its new wireless noise-cancelling ear buds are truly designed for our times.
The brand says its £219 Ear Buds Pro are tightly fitted so you can wear them with a face-mask, and not have to worry about knocking them out when you take the coronavirus face protection on and off.
The ear buds come in a range of colours including Phantom Black, silver and to match the new phone line.
The headphones include voice detection.
It will listen out to hear if you’re speaking to someone, then adjust sound so you can communicate while they are still on.
Samsung says its ear buds feature state-ofthe-art -wind detection, meaning it won't mistake weather sounds for conversation.
The 360-degree audio can detect head movements, so when you move your head from side to side, the ear buds re-calibrate so you are in the centre of the sound.
And the sleek design has been tailored to runners who hate accidentally knocking out headphones when they're out exercising.
You can pre-order the new Samsung Galaxy Ear Buds Pro here.
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Samsung Galaxy SmartTags
'Galaxy SmartTags' can be attached to your most valuable items – like your house keys or dog – and tracked using your phone's bluetooth when they go missing.
The tags, which retail at £29, are also designed to use other people's smartphones nearby to trace lost items once activated.
So if you were to, say, lose your bag on a bus – SmartTags would use other people's phones that also have the app SmartThings Find downloaded, to track the tag as it moves away from your phone's range.
You can pre-order the new Samsung Galaxy SmartTag retailing at £29 here.