Galaxy S21+ with SMG996B was spotted on GeekBench today.
Samsung’s Galaxy S series flagships are the pinnacle of premium smartphones. The device comes with top-end specs and a camera that can outpace any other device in this category. Galaxy S21 has been in the rumor mill for a long time now. The device is believed to replace the Note 20. In fact, the entire S21 series is believed to be the successor to the Note 20 lineup. Today, thanks to a tipster, we have more details on yet another “S” series flagship, the Galaxy S21+.
Galaxy S21+ was spotted on GeekBench today revealing powerful hardware. The device comes powered by the Exynos 2100. This is paired with 6GB RAM as per the listing. All the graphic intensive tasks are taken care of by the Mali-G78 GPU. It was also leaked in a certification that the S21+ battery will be a 4660mAh unit. The device scored 1038 points in the single-core test and 3060 points in the multi-core test. With that amount of RAM, you might be thinking it’s way too low for a flagship. This is partly true but with the optimisations to the new chip and claims that it will be powerful than the Snapdragon 875, we can expect this to turn out differently.
This could also be that we are seeing a totally different maybe a downgraded version of the S21+. On the other side of news, Galaxy S21 battery details have been leaked today. The device will now feature a 3880mAh battery unit. Like previous Galaxy “S” models, these will also incorporate fast charging support.
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