Samsung’s Galaxy S21 flagship line-up won’t come with 65W fast charging and a 144Hz display. A notable Samsung watcher by the name of Ice Universe has tipped this news. Ice Universe reportedly shared a screenshot of a Samsung phone (purportedly the vanilla Galaxy S21) recorded on China’s 3C certification site with only up to 25W fast charging option. Although the listing doesn’t feature the phone’s battery specifications in particular: the SM-G9910 model number was noted. Since the noted model number has ‘0’ as the last digit, it is guessed that it belongs to the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S21.
Render based images of Galaxy S21
The CAD based renders are leaked by David Kowalski on Twitter today, and here is the first look.
No 65W fast Charging, No 144Hz display
While apparently the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S21 will support 25W fast charging, Samsung may save 45W charging for the S21 Ultra. The current year Samsung Galaxy S20 line up accompanies a similar fast charging arrangement. Both the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus pack a 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging while the S20 Ultra incorporates a bigger 5,000mAh battery with 45W charging support. The unavailability of most recent tech, for example, 65W fast charging and 144Hz display will be quite disappointing. Particularly on the premium phone market like the Galaxy S-series smartphones.
The recently launched OnePlus 8T accompanies a 4,500mAh battery with 65W Warp charging support (adapter bundled). The Mi 10T smartphones highlight a 144Hz display. Interestingly, the watcher in April suggested that Samsung would probably give an under-the-screen camera feature on the Galaxy S21 smartphones.
It was later included that Galaxy S21 Ultra would support 60W fast charging, therefore, the watcher’s leaks can be incorrect. Furthermore, editorial manager at WinFuture Roland Quandt said that Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphones would go into large scale manufacturing soon. He further added that the S21 lineup may not launch as early as the Galaxy S20 series did this year.