Latest News

Report: Galaxy S21 series will feature Exynos 2100 SoC in India; Color variants revealed


Yesterday, a leak from India revealed that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S21 series on January 14. According to Samsung Opera House in Bengaluru, India, the device will go on sale from January 29 in India as tipped in earlier reports. Now, the same store has confirmed that the Indian variant won’t feature the Snapdragon 888 SoC, along with the colors of the devices.

Galaxy S21 Series Renders 02

Samsung’s flagship retail store has reportedly confirmed to Android Authority that the entire Galaxy S21 series will be powered by the Exynos 2100 chipset in India. However, Samsung hasn’t announced it yet, and is likely to do it on December 15. Early benchmarks reveal a stronger multi-core performance against the Qualcomm counterpart.

However, it’s still a mystery if Samsung‘s processor will surpass Qualcomm in real-world tests. Either way, it is sure to turn eyeballs with a 5nm process and 1+3+4 core arrangement. The cores are likely 1xPrime core clocked at 2.91GHz, 3xPerformance and 4xEfficiency cores clocked at 2.81, and 2.21GHz respectively.

In case you don’t know, Samsung will launch three models of the S21 Series- Galaxy S21 5G

, S21+ 5G, S21 Ultra 5G. Anyway, the Galaxy S21 Series will have the following color variants in India:
  • Galaxy S21– Gray, Pink, Purple, and White.
  • Galaxy S21 Plus– Silver, Black, Pink, and Purple.
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra– Black, Silver.

Further, the store has also confirmed the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera specs

that have already been leaked. Accordingly, the device will have a 108MP main camera, 2x10MP sensors(one will have 10x Zoom), and most likely a 12MP sensor.

The device is reportedly up for pre-orders in the flagship store. Users will have to pay ₹2,000($27) to pre-book an S21 flagship. And after the official announcement, they can select their preferred model. With all these leaks, I guess the only thing that is left to know is the official pricing.

UP NEXT: Samsung records highest smartphone shipments in 3 years in Q3 2020


Original Article


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.