Samsung only introduced its new flagship phones a few days ago, but another representative is set up. The South Korean giant is reportedly preparing a 4G version of the phone Samsung Galaxy S21 (not the Plus, or even the Ultra variant) that will designed for markets where 5G is not standard.
Samsung is reportedly preparing a 4G version of the Galaxy S21
All three models that Samsung introduced – Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra have a 5G connection and that mmWave or sub-6GHz depending on the region. New certification for Bluetooth SIG however, it suggests that we also get the LTE model. This should of course be a bit cheaper and Samsung should sell it in markets where 5G is not common. In theory, we in the Czech Republic could also look forward to it.
The list in this certification lists two models – SM-G990F a SM-G990F_DS. We can say with certainty that this is not a standard Galaxy S21, as it is referred to as SM-G991X. We will have to wait for more information. However, it is possible that Samsung will use a different chipset for this variant. We wouldn’t be surprised if he hid an older Exynos.
Would you think about this version?
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