This morning, the base version of Samsung’s upcoming 2021 flagship has been spotted on 3C Certification. This time, the 3C Certification has revealed the phone’s charging specifications instead of battery capacity.
In the 3C Certification, it can be seen that the phone would feature a maximum of 25W (11V, 2.25A) charging. The charging speed is the same as its predecessor (Galaxy S20) has. The charger’s name is EP-TA800. The same charger has been used in the Galaxy Note20 series and Galaxy Z Fold2.
The phone supports charging in different modes and speeds: 15W (5V, 3A), 18W (9V, 2.77A). The model number of device “SM-G9910” points us that this would be the base variant of Galaxy S20 as it the predecessor has the model number “SM-G981”. Moreover, it is also confirmed that this would be the Chinese variant of Galaxy S21.
The applicant for this Certification is Samsung (China) Investment Company Limited, and it is being manufactured in the Vietnam factory of Samsung. The issuance date of this Certification is 15th October.
Previously, it was reported that the new Samsung’s S21 series would support 65W charging, but it may be limited for the top of the line version Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Moreover, it is also reported that the new Exynos 2100 would be a feature in all versions of the Galaxy S21 series. So a better performance is also expected as the chipset would use the Cortex-X1 and Cortex-A78 cores.
It is currently expected that the Galaxy S21 series will be launched in the First Quarter of 2021.