After the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 family, the eyes of Samsung fans turn to the Galaxy S21 generation, and well, there are several indications that the South Korean should not try too hard.
First, the company put off the implementation of a selfie camera hidden under the display. Then there are many rumors that the manufacturer will focus on premium features for its foldable, possibly downgrading the S and Note lines of the category.
A clue in this regard is the recent and somewhat disappointing benchmark result for the Galaxy S21 on the Geekbench: the SM-G996B showed up on the platform, showing some curious information.
First, a model with Exynos 1000 chipset was used, which one hour appeared in a rumor aimed at overriding even the Snapdragon 875, but which appeared here with a score that puts it in the same category as the Snapdragon 865 Plus. In fact, some market sources say that even in markets like South Korea and the United States, the device should be launched with the Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset, and not the 875, as a way for Samsung to control the retail price.
Other characteristics that this passage of the cell phone through the platform reveals to us is that the Exynos 1000 should run at 2.21GHz and bring eight cores: one central, three for performance, and four for energy efficiency. The variant in question featured 8 GB of RAM, but rumors suggest a model with up to 16 GB.
Traditionally the S line is announced in February, so we still have ground for many leaks to start designing the S21. Will Samsung surprise, or confirm the low expectations that the market is waiting for?
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