Samsung Galaxy S21 Performance and Features Revealed on Geekbench
The new flagship series S21, which Samsung will introduce in the first quarter of 2021, appeared on Geekbench. The smartphone with the Exynos processor, compared to its successor, came out with successful results.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy S20 FE at its launch today. Apart from the Galaxy S20 FE, which will offer flagship performance at a more affordable price, the company is working on the Galaxy S21 series, which it plans to launch in the first quarter of 2021.
Some key details of Samsung’s upcoming new flagship have been revealed on Geekbench. The Galaxy S21, which came out with the model number SM-G996B, will be powered by the Exynos 2100 chipset, which is expected to be released under the name “Exynos 1000”. Apart from this, it is known that there will be variants of the S21 with different RAM capacity.
When we look at the scores in Geekbench, we see that Galaxy S21 scored 1038 points in a single core. The smartphone, which scored 3060 points in multi-core, performs higher than the previous flagship Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G was able to score 960 points on a single core. These tests of Samsung were made with Exynos chipsets, which are also used in our country.
What is the information about the camera?
Samsung’s S21 series, which will be introduced in the first quarter of 2021, is thought to have a quad rear camera setup like its predecessor. Of course, there is no clear information at this point. It is known that the S21 will have a 40 MP selfie camera. There is no clear information about the price of the phone, but according to estimates, it will come with a price tag of around $ 1,400.