The Samsung Galaxy S21 is a beautiful and powerful smartphone that has quickly captured the hearts of consumers. Among all the impressive features, one that stands out is the power of the cameras.
In that sense, a recent experience made the Galaxy S21 Ultra dive into the Maldives, taking beautiful photos.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra drowns in the waters of the Maldives
The partnership between Samsung and Nat Geo Traveler India has ushered the South Korean brand into an interesting experiment. On the official YouTube channel of Samsung India, the brand Foot Which he calls "the first underwater expedition captured by a smartphone." In the background, literally, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is set to dive into the waters of the Maldives.
In this experiment, one of the Asian brand's goals was to highlight the capabilities of underwater photography and video recording in a smartphone. The adventure was responsible for the diver Malaika Vaz.
Then the video shows a beautiful trip to the Maldives, specifically to the island of Fuvahmulah, which is one of the most distinguished diving destinations due to its crystal clear waters. In the depths it is possible to find a wide ecosystem of coral reefs with different species of fish and turtles as well as tiger sharks.
Of course, because it is a partnership with National Geographic, the diver praised the performance and results obtained with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. In all aspects, Malaika Vaz stands out for the speed of capturing photos and videos. Moreover, it also highlights Samsung's unique feature of taking a picture and the ability to create several different GIFs, videos, and photos through the same capture.
The device is IP68 certified. However, Samsung highlights in the video that the Galaxy S21 Ultra can be submerged up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes. As such, experiments of this kind are not recommended unless, as the diver did, she has adequate protective equipment and knows what she is doing.
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