Jakarta, Selular.ID – Samsung is known to release a successor to the Galaxy S20 line, which is named Galaxy S21. Recent reports indicate that the device has received TuV Rheinland certification, which successfully revealed the battery capacity of the galaxy S21.
The certification sheet shows the equipment Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with model number SM-G998. It is said that the smartphone will be packed with a 5,000mAh capacity battery.
This information is in line with previous rumors that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with an EB-BG998ABY battery which will be marketed as a 5000mAh capacity battery. It’s also supported by 60W fast charging technology, up from the Galaxy S20 Ultra 45W.
Departing from Gizchina, Tuesday (22/9), the 3C certification sheet for this series shows that the Galaxy S21 will be supported by a 3880mAh capacity battery while the Galaxy S21 Plus will ship a 4660mAh battery. The battery is said to be made by a Chinese company, not Samsung.
According to previous rumors, the device also comes with a new 108MP sensor, in contrast to the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Samsung has decided to eliminate the Team-of-Flight (ToF) sensor. The ToF on the Galaxy S21 also comes without this sensor. This is because the indirect ToF technology used by Samsung is less powerful than the direct ToF technology used by Apple.
GSM Arena reports that the company’s commercial LSI system will develop an image sensor capable of enhancing indirect ToF technology. However, Samsung will consider using it on its smartphones after seeing how Apple will apply ToF technology to its products in the future and the market response.
So far it is not clear when Samsung is ready to launch the Galaxy S21 series. The closest Galaxy Unpacked event on September 23 looks like it will only be a milestone for the Galaxy S20 FE. We are waiting for further news.