Samsung will launch the new Galaxy S21 series flagship phone next month. Before that, the new phone must obtain certification required by multiple markets. The latest certification comes from the FCC. Today, the Samsung Galaxy S21 code-named SM-G991U has appeared on the FCC.
The FCC certification information shows that Samsung Galaxy S21 supports 25W wired charging and 9W reverse wireless charging. This is twice the rate of Galaxy S20.
The FCC certification information also mentions the EP-TA800 charger. But we are not sure whether the new phone will come with a charger. As you know, the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra recently passed the Brazilian ANATEL certification. And the certification documents show that all three Galaxy S21 will cancel the included charger.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Promo Video
Today, we got the latest Samsung Galaxy S21 series teaser.
The report pointed out that different models of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series use different materials. The back of the Galaxy S21 is made of plastic and the Galaxy S21+ is made of glass.
In terms of size, the screen size of the Galaxy S21 is 6.3 inches (straight screen), the screen size of the Galaxy S21+ is 6.7 inches (straight screen), and the screen size of the Galaxy S21 Ultra is 6.9 inches (curved screen).
In addition, the Galaxy S21 Ultra also has four cameras. The main camera has a 100MP resolution (108MP). There are also 10MP telephoto, 12MP ultra-wide angle and 10MP periscope telephoto lenses.
Recently, an unreleased Samsung smartphone with a model SM-G991U appeared in the GeekBench database. The machine sports a ‘lahaina’ chipset, which is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip released this week. This phone (the alleged Samsung Galaxy S21) also has 8GB of running memory and runs OneUI based on Android 11.
In terms of price, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Standard Edition will cost $849, the Galaxy S21+ will come for $1049, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra will cost $1249.
The machine should come on January 14 and go on sale on January 29.