Samsung Galaxy S21+ Geekbench listing reveals Snapdragon 875 and Android 11 OS

Wednesday, 18 Nov, 2020

But sadly, the renders revealed nothing about their hardware specifications. Check out our head-to-head comparison between the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy M51 across design, display, internal specifications, camera performance and price to determine what phone is the best for you. However, it will not have an opening to store it like on the Note series.

According to the leaked info, all three phones will have either a Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 processor, and all will have One UI 3.1, based on Android 11.

As far as the Indian launch of the Samsung Galaxy M42 is concerned, there are high chances that the brand would bring the device to India as well, as the same (the battery) has already been certified by the Indian BIS certification. This phone is even larger than the S21 Plus, with a 6.8-inch display that also has a 120Hz refresh rate. The rear panel of the smartphone is made of plastic unibody.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra will apparently have a 6.8-inch display with a Quad HD+ resolution, an adaptive 1Hz to 120Hz refresh rate and a 1600nits peak brightness.

The speculation that the S21 Ultra will support an S Pen appears to have been confirmed by Android Police's sources. You'd only need one if you meant to use the S Pen from the outset or otherwise want Samsung's latest technology when the Note is current.

Overall, the new Samsung Galaxy S21 variants seem to offer less improvements as compared to the Galaxy S20 series. Moreover, the vanilla and Plus model will have 12MP primary shooters alongside 12MP ultrawide snappers and 64MP telephoto modules.

The Samsung gossip began around a month ago, with 3D renders published online that were claimed to resemble the upcoming phone. The company is likely to make special cases available which will be used to hold the S Pen along with the S21 Ultra. Samsung is expected to include 100x Space Zoom support with the S21 Ultra as well as a laser autofocus to help avoid the focus issues the S20 Ultra previously had.

Lastly, we have the Galaxy S21 Plus, which is codenamed the P3. Samsung's Super Steady stabilization mode will also get 60fps recording support, and the camera will be able to switch between 30fps and 60fps based on the lighting conditions.

You may notice that the rear cameras on the S21 and S21+ plus sound familiar. Now, more than two months after an Exynos-powered Galaxy S21 variant was purportedly spotted on Geekbench, a Qualcomm-powered version that bears model number SM-G996U has seemingly popped up on the same benchmarking index. Both the chipsets support 5G connectivity.