Samsung Galaxy S21 Might Not Get Exynos 1000 Chip
Samsung is all set to launch the Samsung Galaxy S21 next year. However, the device has already been the center of many leaks and this time, there are certain updates to it.
Highlights of the Story
- Samsung Galaxy S21+ surfaces online
- The Galaxy S21 could get 60W fast charging support
- Samsung Galaxy S21 may pack a 4600mAh battery
Recently, Samsung has launched its Galaxy Note 20 series of phones. The Galaxy Note 20 series was unveiled at Samsung’s Unpacked 2020 event. Now, it seems like the company is buckling up for its Samsung Galaxy S21 series of phones. This flagship series of smartphones has been at the center of a variety of leaks in the recent past.
The latest leak revolving around the rumored smartphone reveals its key specifications. Another leaked information unveils that the Samsung Galaxy S21+ smartphone will come with a 4600mAh battery. Furthermore, this device has been listed under the model no of EB-BG996ABY.
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Another leak reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with a 108-megapixel primary rear camera setup. Additionally, this might actually be a modified version of the Samsung ISOCELL Bright HM1 camera sensor.
Apart from this, it has also been revealed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will bring a 108-megapixel primary camera which could be an upgraded version of the Samsung ISOCELL Bright HM1 camera sensor. A major leak suggests that Samsung could potentially skip using the Exynos 1000 chipset in this series. There have been multiple reports which had suggested that the company might use this chipset. However, the latest update on these leaks suggests otherwise. Samsung’s Exynos 1000 SoC is a 5nm chipset which is said to deliver fantastic performance.
Samsung Galaxy S21: What More?
Leaks suggest that Samsung will rather use the Exynos 2100 SoC instead of the Exynos 1000 SoC. However, this particular chipset does not outperform the expected Exynos 1000 SoC and Snapdragon 875 SoC chipsets. In fact, the Exynos 1000 SoC has the highest Geekbench score of the lot.
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Furthermore, reports also suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S21 will skip on the ToF sensor as well. The Galaxy Note 20 skipped on this too. The smartphone is also expected to come with Qualcomm’s new in-display fingerprint scanner technology. This tech claims to provide a 17 times bigger scanner as compared to the Galaxy S20. This particular sensor is also said to be much faster than the scanner found on the Galaxy S20. Additionally, the device is also expected to come with 60W fast charging support.
However, nothing else is known about this upcoming series of smartphones and the Samsung Galaxy S21 in particular. The company has been pretty hush hush about it all. Although we do expect to see more details getting revealed in the coming days and weeks.
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