Samsung is reportedly working on the Galaxy S21 flagship series. The lineup will most likely consist of thee devices: Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and a Galaxy S21 Ultra. The Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ were recently spotted on 3C certifications and now the Ultra variant appears on TUV Rheinland certification revealing battery capacity. It appears in TUV listing with model number EB-BG998ABY (SM-G998).
According to the TUV listing, the Galaxy S21 Ultra has a 4,855mAh rated battery capacity, and the typical capacity is 5,000mAh. Galaxy S21 series devices are expected to be more powerful than the S20 series and reported to use the latest 5nm Exynos and Qualcomm chipset. Samsung has already started firmware development for this series.
The Galaxy S21 recently appear in 3C certification with model number EB-BG991ABY (SM-G991) while the plus variant appears with EB-BG996ABY (SM-G996) model number. The listing reveals that Galaxy S21 will feature a 3,880mAh battery, whereas the S21+ will fuel a 4,660mAh battery.
Most of the specifications of the Galaxy S21 series is a mystery now. We expect more details to surface online in the coming weeks.