The all-new Galaxy S21 series is expected to launch in the first or second week of January 2021. But the specification and render leaks are trending these days. Today, a new model from Samsung has been spotted on Geekbench.
The device has a model number “SM-G996U”, which directly confirmed that this is the Geekbench of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S21+. The main point revealed in the Geekbench is that the device is powered by a chipset having a codename “lahaina.”
As per reports, the chipset “lahaina” is Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship chipset Snapdragon 875. More interestingly, the phone has scored more if we compare it with previous Geekbench, in which this device was powered by Exynos 2100 chipset.
The Galaxy S21+ with Snapdragon 875 has scored 1120 points on Single-Core and 3319 points on Multi-Core. It is also observed that this is the US version of Galaxy S21+, which may also support 5G. Usually, Samsung uses the Snapdragon chipsets in the US & Chinese versions of its devices.
In the Geekbench, the chipset has a base frequency of about 1.8GHz. As we reported previously, the Snapdragon 875 would be an octa-core chipset with the following cores: 1x Cortex-X1 core (clocked @2.84GHz), 3x Cortex-A78 cores (clocked @2.42GHz), and 4x Cortex-A55 cores (clocked @1.8GHz).
The chipset will also feature Adreno 660 GPU. Both the chipsets, Exynos 2100 & Snapdragon 875, are based on the same 5nm manufacturing process.
As we mentioned, the Galaxy S21 series is expected to be launched in January 2021.