Samsung Galaxy S21 has supposedly earned certification from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Although the new flagship’s approved specifications are yet to publish, the phone is ventured to launch soon adjacent to the Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra. Some preliminary reports had proposed that all 3 Galaxy S21 models would develop with an Exynos SoC. However, a US FCC filing now symbolizes that the upcoming series’s vanilla model could include the lately launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC in some markets — an inclination similar to previous Galaxy S-series flagship phones.
A Samsung phone with model number SM-G991U has appeared on the US FCC. It is believed to be the vanilla Galaxy S21!!
The US FCC site brings features of a Samsung phone with model number SM-G991U. This has so far been linked with the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S21, which appeared on Geekbench.
The certification listing doesn’t give more particulars about the hardware of the phone. But it mentions a 9 Watt reverse wire-free charging. Some records related to the listed model also state a charger’s addition — the model EP-TA800. However, it might follow Apple’s way of avoiding giving the charger.
The charger involved in the certification papers is the equivalent 25W USB Type-C adapter available with the Galaxy S21 series, as perceived by SamMobile.
Apart from the opposite wireless charging and bundled charger features, the US FCC site offers an equipment label information document that presents a chipset codenamed SM8350.
Interestingly, Qualcomm did not carry Samsung’s name in the list of associates for the Snapdragon 888 SoC. The new Geekbench listing recommended the flagship chipset on a next-gen Galaxy smartphone.
Samsung may continue with its beginning the Snapdragon variant of the Galaxy S21 range in the US, while global sales are expected to get the Exynos variant.
The FCC certification also highlights mm-Wave 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth v5.0, and NFC connectivity on the Samsung mobile. Further, it suggests a battery pack EB-BG991ABY that was newly surfaced on China’s 3C certification site with 4,000mAh.
The new details around the Galaxy S21 come fresh after three teaser videos emerged online to suggest the latest Samsung flagships’ design. The South Korean company is speculated to unveil the phones at a Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event as quickly as January 14.