Samsung Galaxy S21 FE gets FCC certified with 45W fast charging support

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Samsung has its tradition of launching smartphones. Last year, we saw Galaxy S20 FE (or Fan Edition) which was unveiled a couple of months after the launch of Galaxy S20 series. Samsung wants to continue the same tradition with the Galaxy S21 series. As a result, Samsung is gearing up to launch the “Fan Edition” of Galaxy S21. Today, the Galaxy S21 FE with model number SM-G990U spotted on the FCC certification. The FCC listing reveals some key details about the phone, as well as hints at an imminent launch.

FCC documents reveal that Galaxy S21 FE supports mmWave 5G, NFC, and Bluetooth v5.0 for connectivity. The phone supports two chargers that carry model numbers – EP-TA800 and EP-TA845. As per Samsung’s official website, the EP-TA800 is a 25W fast charger and the EP-TA845 is a 45W USB Type-C PD charger.

Galaxy S21 FE only has a Type-C port, so it does not support a 3.5mm headphone jack. The FCC listing also confirms that the phone supports Qualcomm SM8350 which is the Snapdragon 888 SoC. As of now, Samsung is yet to reveal a launch date for the Galaxy S21 FE. But, the company could launch the phone in August or September 2021.

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