The Galaxy S20 model of Samsung impressed the world with its insane camera capabilities since it was released back in March. Therefore, the most reasonable scenario is that an S21 model is on the way to the market as well. Thanks to the cross-platform processsor benchmark Geekbench, we have confirmation that Samsung will release its Galaxy S21 model at some point in the future.
Sadly enough, the Geekbench listing also brings some unpleasant news about Exynos 1000, the processor that will be mounted on Samsung Galaxy S21.
Only 1,038 score for single-core
Geekbench reveals a single-core score of 1,038 and a multi-core score of 3,060.
Samsung S21+ Spotted On Geekbench With Exynos 2100 & Mali-G78.
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Looking back at the Samsung Galaxy S20 model, the phone packs a triple camera on the rear: a 64MP main telephoto sensor, a 12MP wide module, and a 12MP ultrawide lens. The camera setup features an LED flash, auto-HDR, and panorama. However, the greatest aspect of the phone is that it’s capable of recording video in the 8K format. There’s also a dual camera for selfies on Galaxy S20, and each lens is capable of 10 MP. The front snapper is able to record footage up to the 4K format.
Samsung Galaxy S20 is also packing a generous Dynamic AMOLED display that measures 6.2 inches and has a refresh rate of 120Hz. The octa-core Snapdragon 865 processor is also worth mentioning, as it grants decent speeds. The phone runs on Android 10 out of the box, and the battery capacity is pretty neat at 4,000 mAh and fast charging 25W.
The most reasonable bet is that Samsung will release Galaxy S21 after February 2021. As for the Exynos 1000 processor, we shouldn’t lose hope just yet. The revealed low performance by Geekbench can also occur due to unoptimized software.