Just last month, Samsung unveiled the flagship smartphones Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. Despite this, the company is actively working on new Galaxy S series devices, which are expected to be unveiled in March next year.
The Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra smartphones are expected to be seen in the first quarter of next year. The first two devices have already appeared on the website of the Chinese regulator 3C. Now TUV Rheinland has certified the battery for the oldest Galaxy S21 Ultra, which has a capacity of 5000 mAh. The battery is labeled EB-BG998ABY and given Samsung’s naming system, this indicates its intended purpose for the SM-G998 smartphone. It is this index that is attributed to the upcoming flagship with the Ultra prefix.
It is worth noting that the two younger versions of the flagship will receive the indices SM-G991 and SM-G996. The base Galaxy S21 will get a 3880mAh battery, while the mid-range Galaxy S21 + will boast a 4660mAh battery. In comparison, the Galaxy SS20 has a 4000mAh battery, the Galaxy S20 + has a 4500mAh battery, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra has a 5000mAh battery. That is, the battery capacity will only grow in the middle model of the next generation.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones are expected to be powered by the 5nm Exynos 1000 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processors. It’s worth noting that Samsung is already working on a version of One UI that will run on top of Android 11, which will run the new smartphones.
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