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Samsung Galaxy S21 Got FCC Certification: Charger Maybe Included In The Box

It is expected that Samsung may unveil its all-new 2021 flagship Galaxy S series earlier than before. The device has already been leaked many times. Even the live images of the device are also revealed. Today, the standard version of the Galaxy S21 series has been spotted on FCC Certification.

Galaxy S21 FCC Certification

On the certification, the device has a model number: SM-G991U & SM-G991U1. Both of them represent that the devices are the American variant of Galaxy S21 with SD 888 chipset. The FCC Certification also revealed the battery information & other related information.

As per FCC Certification, the device uses an “EB-BG991ABY” battery, a Li-ion (3900mAh) battery. Surprisingly, the FCC Certification also mentioned that there would be a 25W fast charger (EP-TA800), but some reports claimed that there would be no charger in the box this time.

Maybe, the charger is being mentioned in the FCC Certification as it would be used for just testing purposes. We have to wait for more until the confirmation of this. It is also confirmed that there would be no 3.5mm headphone jack on the phone as the mentioned earphones in the certification are USB Type-C earphones.

It is confirmed that the phone would come with a USB Type-C to Type-C wire (included in the box).

Previously, we already reported that a new Exynos 2100 chipset would power the all-new Galaxy S21 series except for the US & Chinese Version. Both of them would be powered by Snapdragon 888. The Exynos 2100 chipset is expected to feature a Cortex-X1 super core.

For other specifications like display & internals, check out our previous articles.

It is expected that Samsung may launch its Galaxy S21 series on or around 14 January 2021.

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Harris Zahid

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