• The listing reveals the phone has 8GB of RAM and runs on Android 11
Samsung Galaxy S21

Samsung Galaxy S21’s latest leak is at the GeekBench listing, where the handset’s chipset, software and the RAM storage was revealed. As per reports, the Samsung’s upcoming flagship – Galaxy S21 is said to have 8GB of RAM, running on Android 11 and have the Snapdragon 888, its latest high-end chip.

Samsung Galaxy S21 listed on GeekBench

Samsung’s upcoming flagship has had many leaks till now. One of the reports has even claimed that Galaxy S21 Ultra, the high-end of this S21 series, may support the stylus. This is in relevant to killing the Galaxy S21 Note series too. Besides, the handset’s renders have also been leaked.

Now, a GeekBench listing has surfaced even more results. These include the handset’s model number as SM-G991U, software as Android 11 (along with One UI 3.0+ probably), 8GB of RAM and a chipset named “Lahaina”. Well, Lahania is the codename of Snapdragon 888.

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The high-end chip was unveiled by Qualcomm earlier this month, and it’s the first 800 series chip from Qualcomm to support 5G. It supports dual-band 5G, Wi-Fi, Adreno 660 GPU and latest generation AI, NPU, Game Elite etc.

As per GeekBench testing, the handset has benchmark scores of 1075 points in a single test and 2916 points in the multi-core test. An earlier report has even touted this flagship chip has broken AnTuTu benchmark records. While the GeekBench numbers are not so impressive, it’s expected to be better once integrated with compatible software.

The upcoming flagship handset is launching earlier than expected, probably in January 2021. This would bring improved performances in camera, design and pretty much all other specifications. Also, it’s even rumoured to be less expensive than the Galaxy S20 series launched this year.

Also, the CAD renders of Galaxy S21+ were leaked in a separate instance, revealing its dimensions as 161.55×75.6×7.86mm, making it larger than the current flagship, Galaxy S20+.


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