Samsung Galaxy S21 is basically anticipated to launch subsequent month, and the cellphone has been topic to a number of rumours and ideas prior to now. It has now been allegedly noticed on Geekbench with the brand new Snapdragon 888 SoC and Android 11. The smartphone, together with two others within the Galaxy S21 collection, is predicted to launch on January 14 with pre-orders starting on the identical day. Leaks recommend that there could also be a Samsung Galaxy S21+ mannequin and one other Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra mannequin within the lineup.
Geekbench benchmarking website has listed a Samsung cellphone with mannequin quantity SM-G991U. This mannequin quantity is basically related to Samsung Galaxy S21, and the itemizing means that the cellphone will run on Android 11 software program when it launches. It can be tipped to have a processor codenamed ‘lahiana,’ that’s related to the newly introduced Snapdragon 888 SoC.
This next-gen flagship SoC for premium smartphones was unveiled a number of days in the past on the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit 2020. The new chip, a successor to final 12 months’s Snapdragon 865 SoC, was alleged to be named Snapdragon 875 SoC up till now. It comes with a third-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 5G modem that’s touted to allow compatibility for each mmWave and sub-6 networks throughout all main bands worldwide.
The benchmarking website additionally confirmed that Samsung Galaxy S21 might pack 8GB of RAM on board. It manages to realize a modest single-core rating of 1,075 factors and a multi-core rating of two,916 factors.
Samsung Galaxy S21 collection is predicted to be cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S20 collection. The vanilla mannequin is predicted to characteristic a triple digital camera setup on the again and could also be supplied in color choices of sunshine pink, violet, black, silver, gray, and black. It is predicted to have an Infinity-O show, with the hole-punch cutout positioned within the centre.
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