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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra spotted with 5000mah battery on TUV Rheinland certification

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has been spotted with a 5000mah battery on TUV Rheinland certification. The South company is ready to unveil the next-generation Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones next year.

Samsung’s upcoming flagship series smartphone – Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has been spotted on TUV Rheinland certification. The listing reveals some of its specifications, the model number of the smartphone will be SM-G998. It may pack with a massive 5000mah battery and could also support 60W fast charging technology. It is expected that the smartphone will be powered by Snapdragon 875 SoC and the company’s own 5nm Exynos chipset.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra’s TUV Rheinland Certification

Coming to optics, It will be equipped with a quad-camera setup that may feature a 108MP ISOCELL HM2 sensor + 12MP (ultra-wide) lens + 10MP (telephoto) lens + telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom support. On the front, The South Korean giant is said to offer a 40MP selfie shooter on the S21 Ultra.

Additionally, The flagship smartphone is also believed to come with an under-display camera. The Galaxy S21 Ultra may also have S-Pen support to replace the Note series of smartphones.

Earlier, Samsung Galaxy S21 and 21+ have also been spotted on 3C certification which hinted that Galaxy S21 will be fuelled by a 3,880mAh whereas S21+ will pack a 4,660mAh battery. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series? Let me know in the comment section.

Source: Gizmochina

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