The Korean giant has approved the charging units for the GALAXY S21 Plus and GALAXY S21 ULTRA at the 3C agency, as both phones come with a 25W charger.
A new 5G phone from Samsung was spotted in the 3C database with the model number SM-G9910 with a charger capacity of 25W, and then Samsung adopted two versions with models number SM-G9960, and SM-G9980 also in the 3C, where expectations indicate that the two phones are GALAXY S21 Plus 5G, and Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.
And the spotlight is heading to Samsung in anticipation to confirm its upcoming plans for the GALAXY S21 series, as the latest reports confirm the start of mass production of the GALAXY S21 series already.
According to the latest leaks that came from the 3C database, all upcoming versions support 25W fast charging technology according to EP-TA800 standards, which is the first USB-C charger presented by Samsung for the first time with the Galaxy S10 5G and supports 11.0VDC 2.25A 25W.
Expectations indicate that the Galaxy S21 will be the first smartphone to be launched with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor, and all versions come with a 25W charger, with the main version featuring a 4000 mAh battery, while the GALAXY S21 Plus comes with a 4800 mAh battery, while the phone is launched. Galaxy S21 Ultra has a capacity of 5000 mAh battery.
Samsung is also scheduled to introduce stylus for the first time in the Galaxy S series, and some reports indicate that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S21 series in January next year.