Samsung Galaxy A21s Reportedly Spotted on Geekbench With Exynos 850, 3GB RAM

Yolanda Curtis
April 4, 2020

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series might meet its successor later this year. The new benchmark website's listing, however, spills enough beans on the next handset series. After all, it's not very hard to manipulate the identities of phones tested through Geekbench, and this SM-N986U prototype also seems a little fast and polished for something that might still be several months away from a commercial debut.

The page (now delisted) made mention of a few specifications that reinforced existing leaks, including a 10.1in display sporting a 2000x1200 resolution (although a resolution of 2000x1000 has also been mentioned elsewhere), an Exynos 9610 chipset at its core backed up by 4GB of RAM, with the option of 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. That suggests this (not so) mysterious device is running a fairly polished version of Android 10 on the software side of things, as a commercial Galaxy S20 Ultra unit, for instance, generally yields extremely similar or even slightly lower scores than that.

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As you can see below, the benchmark scores show a 985 for single-core performance and a multi-core score of 3220. But, Max Weinbach from XDA Developers confirmed one in a tweet.

Speaking of waiting, we had reported that the Galaxy Note 9 One UI 2.1 update is in the works and that the rollout would begin soon after the Galaxy Note 10 and S10.

This is big deal if true, as firstly it means that a Samsung will beat Apple in bringing a mainstream flagship phone to market with a 3GHz+ frequency processor and, secondly, it will instil faith in Android phone users across the world that they are not going to be brutally outperformed when it comes round to SoC performance. For Meedios, James will cover news regarding mobile devices, mobile operating systems, and more.

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