Samsung has unveiled all the major flagship phones for this year 2020. Now it is gearing up to announce the next S-series flagship that is expected to break cover in Q1 next year. It is still unclear whether the company will be calling the series as Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30. Well ahead of the launch, the Chinese variant of the Galaxy S21 has received certification from the 3C agency of China.
The 3C listing of the Galaxy S21 carries its model number SM-G9910 for China. The listing reveals that the device supports 5G connectivity and it could be shipping with a 25W fast charger. Past reports have revealed that the device could be packed with a 3,890mAh battery.
Depending on the market, the Galaxy S21 is expected to arrive in Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 chipset variants. In China, the South Korean company release its SD875 SoC version. The chipset is expected to go official at the Tech Summit event by Qualcomm that will be held on Dec. 1. The other specifications of the S21 are under wraps.
Rumors surrounding the Galaxy S21 series have revealed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra could be featuring the all-new 108-megapixel Samsung HM2 ISOCELL as the primary sensor. The device is expected to sport a penta-lens camera system. The device is rumored to house a 5,000mAh battery.
There are reports that the Galaxy S21 series will be accompanied by S-Pen. While the company is expected to launch new Note series smartphones next year, the inclusion of S Pen in the S21-series could mean that it may eventually scrap the Note lineup.