Recently, Samsung has officially unveiled the newer Galaxy S21 lineup that includes the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra flagships. At the event, the company has introduced these smartphones with Snapdragon 888/Exynos 2100 processors and 5G connectivity.
According to a new report, two unreleased Samsung smartphones having model numbers SM-G990F and SM-G990F_DS have passed the Bluetooth SIG certification. By looking at the model numbers, these devices will be the Galaxy S21 that only supports 4G networks.
It is expected that the South Korean tech giant is developing a 4G variant of the Galaxy S21 for the smartphone markets where the 5G infrastructure has not yet been established. However, Samsung has not announced anything about the 4G variant of this device.
Furthermore, it is still unclear whether and when Samsung will launch the 4G version of the Galaxy S21 lineup. If the company launches an LTE variant then it will have a reduced price tag and hardware capabilities.
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