The Samsung Galaxy S21 has seen more of its details leaked. Thanks to Ice Universe and an FCC filing (via Slashleaks), we know how its under-display fingerprint sensor has been improved, plus the size of the phone.

The diagonal measurement of the display, according to this FCC document, is 158mm. That converts to 6.22 inches, which indicates this model is the smallest of the S21 family, the basic Galaxy S21. We’re expecting the Galaxy S21 Plus to be 6.7 inches, and the S21 Ultra to be 6.8 inches.

The other included measurements are the height and width, 151.6 x 71mm. Compare that to the 151.7 x 69.1mm of the Galaxy S20, and there’s not much difference, although the S21 is ever so slightly taller and wider. There’s no sign of the phone’s thickness though, so we can’t compare that yet.

Galaxy S21 FCC filing

(Image credit: FCC/Slashleaks)

We have also learned from this FCC filing that the S21 will use a Snapdragon 888 chipset. It had been the expected chip for the S21, but this confirms that Samsung is indeed using Qualcomm’s latest silicon, at least in the U.S. Galaxy S21 buyers overseas may find their S21 uses an Exynos 2100 instead, Samsung’s own chipset.

Galaxy S21 FCC filing

(Image credit: FCC/Slashleaks)

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