Samsung Galaxy S21 Ostensibly Spotted on China Compulsory Certification Website

The Samsung Galaxy S21 has been accused of being spotted on china’s compulsory certification website. Whilst the listing does not disclose anything about the forthcoming smartphone’s battery life, it delivers a hint into Galaxy S21’s possible charging features. As per a report the smartphone has fast charging of up to 25W. The yet-undeclared Samsung Galaxy S21 has been subjected to multiple leaks in the past few months, giving way to rumors on its conceivable features and specifications. The smartphone is desired to have arrived with an under-display selfie snapper.

According to the triple C certification, the listed Samsung phone carries a model number by the name of SM-G9910. As per a recent report, the above-mentioned smartphone which is priced at INR 61290 is followed by a digit which indicates the variant of the smartphone. Since the model number carries ‘0′ as its last digit, therefore, it is rumored that this can be the vanilla variant of Samsung Galaxy S21.

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The certification highlights that the smartphone supports charging at speeds such as 15W (5V, 3A) and 25W (9V, 2.77A). Although, the battery capacity wasn’t revealed in the listing.

In April, a tipster informed that the galaxy s21 might come with an under-display selfie camera. After a few days, there was another report that suggested that Samsung can be testing 2 prototype cameras on the mentioned smartphone. They were reported to feature a selfie sensor of half-inch and an optical image stabilization sensor of 1/2.55-inch. It is also expected that it could score high on the camera department, all because of its under-display selfie shooter and the large sensor size that gives some hints of improved photo quality in even low lighting conditions.

The S20 series was launched in the country in 2020’s February. The series includes the vanilla Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra plus with their 5G models.