The Galaxy S21 Ultra is among the best smartphone cameras right now, and if you haven’t heard about it enough already, Samsung is trying another way to let you know about it. The company has created a whole TV series about the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera, and it will debut later this month on Hulu.
Samsung announced earlier today that it has created a branded series called Exposure, and it will go live on April 26 on Hulu. The show will feature up-and-coming photographers who will compete in various challenges to become “America’s best mobile photographer.” As expected, all the competing photographers will exclusively use the Galaxy S21 Ultra to shoot images and videos.
Usually, branded partnerships for movies and TV series show a particular gadget for a few seconds, but this is probably the first time an entire series centered on just one device. Samsung is not being coy about its sponsored content series which means that the company is extremely confident about its flagship smartphone’s camera capabilities.
Galaxy S21 Ultra camera specs
The Galaxy S21 Ultra features a quad-camera setup at the rear, featuring a 108MP primary camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera with autofocus, a 10MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, and a 10MP telephoto camera with 10x optical zoom. Its primary and telephoto cameras are optically stabilized. At the front, it has a 40MP selfie camera with autofocus. The phone can record 4K 60fps videos from all its cameras and 8K 24fps videos from its 108MP camera.
The phone also features the Director’s View mode which simultaneously shows video streams from all the cameras on the phone. Samsung also introduced the ability to capture portrait images in low-light conditions with this phone.