Samsung Galaxy S21 series could arrive with a 25W charger
Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy S21 series in early January 2021.
Samsung, a couple of months back, launched its Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones. Now, the internet is already brimming with details about the company's next-generation Galaxy S21 series smartphones. The latest one talks about the series' charger.
As per a report by Ice Universe, the upcoming Galaxy S21 series will come with a 25W charger. The tipster also said that the upcoming series will not be coming with a 45W charger.
As per a separate report by a tipster who goes by the name Anthony, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, which is going to be the top model of the series, will come with a 5,000mAh battery with support for 45W fast charging technology. However, if the new report is true, the entire S21 lineup could come sans the faster charger.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series all use 25W charger TA800, giving up the 65W fantasy, perhaps S21U can support 45W. pic.twitter.com/nkYtvgMSwm— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 17, 2020
Separately, reports hint towards the Galaxy S21 series getting a upcoming Galaxy S21 series smartphones getting a penta-rear camera setup. The phone is tipped to come with an ISOCELL Bright HM2 sensor that would back the phones'108-megapixel primary camera. In addition to that, the series is expected to get a 4K display with a refresh rate of 120Hz.
Apart from these details, reports have also hinted towards the company launching its Galaxy S21 series smartphones in early January 2021 as against the timeline of February-March as has been the convention up until now. Furthermore, reports say that while the company is expected to launch the Galaxy S21-series smartphones in early 202, the phones are expected to hit the shelves in late January 2021 or early February 2021.
That said, all these reports should be taken with a pinch of salt as Samsung hasn't said anything about its Galaxy S21 series yet.