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Samsung registers Galaxy S21 and S21+ phones with IMDA in Singapore

By Liu Hongzuo - on 24 Dec 2020, 2:32pm

Samsung registers Galaxy S21 and S21+ phones with IMDA in Singapore

Image credit: LetsGoDigital.

As if to round off the Christmas cheer, Samsung chose the month of December to quietly register the highly-rumoured Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ with our local telecommunications authorities.

The IMDA's Equipment Search list is a registration repository for telecommunication products licensed for sale in Singapore. In short, gadgets and devices registered on the IMDA portal can expect retail appearance here, soon.

Source: IMDA.

On 8 December 2020, a Samsung phone bearing the model number SM-G991B/DS appeared on the equipment registration list, followed by an SM-G996B/DS appearing two weeks later on 22 December 2020. According to GizChina, the first model number is likely the base version of the Samsung Galaxy S21, while the latter is likely the Samsung Galaxy S21+.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, which has the model number SM-G998B in the U.S. (thanks, Android Authority), hasn't yet appeared on IMDA's list. That said, we suspect it won't be long until it pops up for sale in Singapore.

Special thanks to LetsGoDigital for the amazing Galaxy S21 Ultra with S Pen renders.

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