The South Korean tech giant is all set to bring the Note series’ S Pen functionality to the top variant of the upcoming Galaxy S21 series. This information is confirmed by the recently published FCC certification. An unreleased smartphone of Samsung having a model number of SM-G998B recently certified by the Federal Communications Commission agency in the United States.
According to the naming habit of Samsung, the model number SM-G998B will be for the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G smartphone that is the top version of the Galaxy S21 series. The FCC’s document reveals – “The EUT can also be used with a stylus device (S-PEN). The EUT operates with the S-PEN in two different inductive coupling modes of S-PEN motion detection (Hover and Click) operating in the range of 0.53 –0.6MHz. The EUT was set to continuously transmit to the S-PEN in each of the two modes.”
Adding to this, the certification also confirms the wireless connectivity capabilities of the Galaxy S21 Ultra including wireless power transfer, UWB, Wi-Fi 6E, and NFC.
Previous reports reveal that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be unveiled on January 14, 2020, and will be available to pre-order from the next day of launch. The event will deliver three new premium smartphones in the Galaxy S series namely, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Specifications: [Expected]
The Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with numerous premium features such as a 6.8-inch display, two color options – Silver and Black, 256/512GB storage, 5000mAh all-day battery, powerful Exynos 2100/Snapdragon 888 SoC, S Pen functionality, a quad rear camera setup with a 108MP primary lens, and the remain will confirm at the launch event.