Earlier this week, a Samsung 5G phone with model number SM-G9910 passed Chinese 3C certification. This smartphone comes with a 25W charger.
As a result, the Samsung models with the model numbers SM-G9960 and SM-G9980 have successively passed the 3C certification. These are likely to be the Samsung Galaxy S21 + 5G and the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G. As we can see from the certification, all models are equipped with a 25 watt power supply (EP-TA800 as standard).
As of now, there are reports that Samsung plans to prematurely unveil the Galaxy S21 to take over the market share that Huawei lost due to the ban. Samsung's network access certification this year is actually earlier than before.
According to previous reports, all Samsung Galaxy S21 models will use a standard 25W power adapter. The basic version will have a 4,000 mAh battery, the Galaxy S21 + will have a 4,800 mAh battery and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will have a 5,000 mAh battery.
For the first time, the S Pen will be introduced in the range. As for the release date, there are reports that this series won't hit the market until January next year at the earliest.
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