Samsung Galaxy S21 series key details surface online; may launch in January

Samsung is gearing up to release the Galaxy S21 series, the successor to its flagship S20 series with the latest reports suggesting the lineup will arrive in early January 2021 and is expected to be released in late January or early February 2021 .

According to the latest leak from Digital Chat Station, the full range of the Galaxy S21, consisting of the base model Galaxy S21 (SM-G9910, Galaxy S21 + (SM-G9960) and Galaxy S21 Ultra (SM-G9980), supports fast 5G support and 25W charging (11.0 VDC, 2.25 A).

While the Galaxy S21 will reportedly feature 4,000 mAh, the Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra will be powered by a 4660 mAh and 4800 mAh battery respectively.

Another popular leaker that goes by the name of Ice Universe Twitter said that aside from conventional processor upgrades, the Galaxy S21 series has no breakthroughs. The leaker also suggested that there is no support for 65W fast charging, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra may support the highest 45W fast charging.

News Highlights:

  • Another popular leaker that goes by the name of Ice Universe Twitter said that aside from conventional processor upgrades, the Galaxy S21 series has no breakthroughs. The leaker also suggested that there is no support for 65W fast charging, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra may support the highest 45W fast charging.
  • The most important details of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series appear online; may start in January

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