Samsung W21 5G has been spotted on TENAA and 3C certification. It could be introduced as the successor of W20 5G which was debuted in November last year. It is expected to be run on Android 11 out of the box.
The South Korean company is all set to launch its Samsung W21 5G soon. The smartphone is recently spotted on TENAA as well as 3C certification which revealed some of its specifications. As per the listings, the model number of the device will be SM-W2021 and it will feature a 6.23 inches display. It will be equipped with a dual cell (2090mAh + 2160mAh) battery.
The 3C certification of the Galaxy W21 5G also revealed that it comes with 5G-ready connectivity. In terms of dimensions, the device will measure 128.2 x 159.2 x 6.2mm thickness. The listing also suggested that the device may come with a 15W charger in the box whereas the Z Fold 2 supports 25W fast charging.
As earlier mentioned, The Galaxy W20 5G went official in November last year. Therefore, it is expected that the Samsung W21 5G could be debuting around the same time in China.
However, the South Korean company has not confirmed any information related to Samsung W21. What are your thoughts on Samsung upcoming smartphone, are you excited about it or not? Let me know in the comment section.