Samsung has recently revived its high-end S20 lineup by introducing three variants.
The company has also added the Galaxy S20 FE to that popular phone series. Rumor has it that the tech giant won’t stop here.
Fresh new leaks hint at an upcoming smartphone, dubbed Samsung Galaxy S21. The standard model has been recently spotted on the 3C mobile authentication website.
Some of the smartphone’s features and specs are now available. Here is what you need to know.
Samsung Galaxy S21 3C Certification Listing Details
The Samsung Galaxy S21 was spotted on the 3C mobile authentication website wearing the model number SM-G9910.
Fast charging support and battery capacity
According to the database, the next flagship handset will arrive with 25W fast charging support. No details about the battery have been revealed. But, we should expect a 4,000mAh or even a larger variant.
Other companies, for instance, have been providing faster-charging speeds, like the OnePlus 8T handset. It packs an incredible 65W fast charging tech, while the Samsung Galaxy S lineup, 25W.
Furthermore, the 3C listing also indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will feature 5G network connectivity. Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t offer any information about the smartphone’s hardware or camera specs.
Previous reports hinted at the in-house Exynos 2100 SoC. The chipset is yet to be officially announced and is likely to be launched along with the Samsung Galaxy S21. The processor might also be paired with a fair RAM and storage configuration. We should also expect multiple storage options.
Coming to camera capabilities, the Samsung Galaxy S21’s camera has been recently leaked with a 108MP penta-camera module, including multiple sensors and lens. Some improvements are also expected.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 might feature a display of 144Hz and an excellent resolution.
Since all the Galaxy S21 variants are new in the rumors factory, it’s better to take everything with a pinch of salt.
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