The Geekbench benchmark database spotted the new flagship Samsung S-series smartphone.
The prototype device comes with model number SM-G996B. According to previous leaks, this is the Galaxy S21+. The documents say that the new product runs under the control of an unknown processor Exynos 2100. Most likely, this will be the name of the next top-end Samsung chip. By the way, it was previously assumed that it will be the Exynos 1000.
The new SoC will receive eight cores, like the current Exynos 990 model, but they will have a different layout – 1 + 3 + 4 (instead of 2 + 2 + 4). The main cores will operate at a maximum frequency of 2.91 GHz, the productive ones at 2.81 GHz, and the energy-efficient ones at 2.21 GHz. The chip will also be equipped with a Mali-G78 GPU video accelerator.
According to the test results, we can already say that the Exynos 2100 will be noticeably more productive than the Exynos 990. In addition to the new SoC, the Galaxy S21 will receive 8 GB of RAM and Android 11. By the way, the new product is also credited with a 4660 mAh battery.
It’s definitely not worth waiting for a smartphone this year. It should be shown in the first half of 2021 along with other Galaxy S21 models.