Samsung Galaxy S21 won't be launched with Exynos 1000 processor

There are some reports that have spread in the recent period indicating that the Exynos 1000 processor will be more powerful than the Snapdragon 875, but we do not place any hopes that this processor will be present in the series of Samsung Galaxy S21. These early reports were based on Geekbench results pulled from the database before we can confirm their authenticity.

We now have a Geekbench score for what is supposed to be the Samsung Galaxy S21 but the results are significantly lower. Note that the results page for SM-G996B is likely the European version of S21 Plus and here is a completely different processor we didn't expect to see, the Exynos 2100.

Here are the results of performance tests between the Exynos 1000 and Snapdragon 875 processors.

The phone is expected to come with 8 GB of RAM, which seems to be somewhat logical, as this matches the RAM capacity of Galaxy S20 Plus but the 4G version, it is worth noting that the 5G version comes with 12 GB RAM.

Samsung is not expected to release its S21 series until February, but the first details about the phones are already coming. Earlier this month, we saw a post about the S21 and S21 Plus batteries, and now we have more details.

We also have a real photo of the battery this time which reveals that it will come with a capacity of up to 4800 mAh. Previously we knew the rated capacity of 4,660 mAh from 3C certification.

That list also confirms that the Chinese company Ningde Amperex Technology will be responsible for providing batteries for all upcoming Galaxy S series phones.


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