Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S20 FE to round up announcement of all its flagship products for the year 2020. The brand unveiled a bunch of premium products such as the Galaxy Note20 duo, S20 FE, Tab S7 lineup, Buds Live, and Galaxy Watch3. Well, the company is now working on the next-gen flagship Galaxy S21 lineup. In fact, the lineup has been a part of numerous leaks and rumors in the last couple of weeks. It’s time to bring up yet another leak to the already exploded roster.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Will Come With 65W Fast Charging Support!
A report has emerged from GalaxyClub, claiming that Samsung is currently working on a new charger adapter that carries the model number EP-TA865. During the launch of Galaxy Note 10+, we saw a charger with the model EP-TA845 supporting 45W fast charging. The adapter was launched as an optional accessory for the Note 10+ users. Considering the same model trend, the one that is currently in works would bring 65W fast charging.
In addition, the next flagship product from the brand is going to the Galaxy S21 so the fact that the device will support 65W fast charging makes more sense. We are also expecting only the top-end model to support the 65W fast charging technology. We saw a similar thing with the current-gen Galaxy S20 lineup. The base variant features 25W charging while the Ultra version brings 45W tech to the table.
It is also worth noting that the Galaxy Note 20 lineup, on the other hand, completely missed out on the fast charging capabilities. Both the Note20 devices feature the 25W fast charging technology. Considering all these factors, we should see the 65W fast charging on the S21 Ultra model while the remaining might make use of 45W.
Galaxy S21+ Specs and Features (Rumored)
According to the previous leaks and rumors, the Galaxy S21+ will arrive with a 4,800 mAh battery capacity. The smartphone recently made its way to the GeekBench listing revealing key specs and benchmark scores. As per the listing, the device will arrive with an Exynos 2100 motherboard. There is going to be an eight-core chipset having a base clock of 2.21 GHz. The SoC will be paired with 8GB of RAM and the device will run on the Android 11 operating system. We are expecting more leaks and rumors to come our way in the coming weeks.