Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra to Come With S Pen Support, FCC Certification Confirms

The listing also confirmed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support wireless power transfer.

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Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy S21 series in January 2021 at the Galaxy Unpacked event 2021. The company is said to launch three smartphones in the series including the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and the Galaxy S21 ultra. We have already witnessed numerous leaks and rumours about the Galaxy S21 series and the popular one is support for S-Pen on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Now the smartphone has been listed on FCC website confirming that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will launch with an S-Pen. Here’s a closer look at the FCC listing of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. 

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra FCC Listing

According to an Android Authority report, the smartphone is listed with a model number SMG998B. The FCC listing is backing the statement said by Samsung mobile president TM Roh, where he stated that “most well-loved features” of the Galaxy Note series will be added to the other Samsung smartphone in 2021. 

“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,” reads the FCC listing. 

The FCC listing mentions that the company is testing a device which can be used with an S-Pen for both hover and click modes. The listing also confirmed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support wireless power transfer. In simple words reverse wireless charging support and charge products like Galaxy Buds Pro. The company is also said to include the Wi-Fi 6E and UWB with the Ultra model. Last week Roh also hinted that the company is planning to do a little more with the ultra models in 2021. 

Let’s see what else Samsung is planning to include in the upcoming flagship smartphones. Do let us know your thoughts about the upcoming Galaxy S21 series in the comment section. 

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