Samsung Galaxy S21+ Spotted On FCC Certification: Battery & Chipset Related Specs Revealed

It is expected that Samsung may release its all-new Galaxy S21 series in the mid of January 2021. As the launch time is coming near, the upcoming Galaxy S series is getting exposed. Today, the flagship series got leaked, once again.

After Galaxy S21, the Galaxy S21+ has also been spotted on FCC Certification. The certification revealed nothing new about the phone. But it confirmed that the US version of the Galaxy S21 series would feature Snapdragon 888 5G chipset.


mmwaveIn the certification, the codename of chipset “SM8350” is mentioned. The US & Chinese versions of the Galaxy S & Note series usually features Qualcomm’s chipset instead of Exynos. The Exynos variants will be launched in the rest of the countries.
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Some specifications regarding the battery & related equipment have also been revealed. It consists of almost the old information like the charger name, the battery capacity. For this information, check our previous article.

As we mentioned above, the US version is equipped with the Snapdragon 888. The Snapdragon 888 is an octa-core chipset based on a 5nm manufacturing process. The chipset is equipped with Cortex-X1 Super-Core with a maximum frequency of 2.84GHz.

We already reported that the Galaxy S21+ would feature a triple camera setup (12MP+64MP+12MP), almost similar to the previous Galaxy S20+.

The pre-orders for the Galaxy S21 series are already open in China. The buyers can pre-order the device by paying 100 Yuans (15 USD). It is expected that Samsung will unveil its new Galaxy S21 series on the 14th of January.


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