The chipset and RAM of the Galaxy M21, which is expected to be announced by Samsung in the coming days, came out with the Geekbench score. The successor of the Galaxy M20, which Samsung launched in January 2019, Galaxy M21 looks far ahead of the M20 with its processor.
Geekbench scores of the Galaxy M21, which Samsung will announce as the successor of the Galaxy M20, have emerged in the coming days. The Galaxy M21 scored 348 points in the single-core test, and 1265 points in the multi-core test.
As it appears in the documentation of the Geekbench test, Samsung’s new smartphone Galaxy M21 will be in front of users with 4GB RAM and 1.64GHz Exynos 9611 chipset. Samsung used the same chipset in the Galaxy M30, which it launched last year.
It is reported that the same chipset will be used in Galaxy M31, the successor of the M30. Samsung used the Exynos 7904 chipset as the processor in the Galaxy M20, the predecessor of the Galaxy M21.
Samsung announced the Galaxy M20, the pioneer of the Galaxy M21, at this time of last year. For this reason, Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy M21 in the coming days.
Emerging Features of Samsung Galaxy M21
A lot of information has emerged about the Samsung Galaxy M21 so far. Along with the Geekbench score, the phone’s future has become clear with 4GB RAM and the 1.64GHz Exynos 9611 chipset.
It has already been clear that the Galaxy M21 will have a dual rear camera system with a 24-megapixel main and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. It was also claimed that Samsung’s new smartphone would have two options with 64GB and 128GB of storage.
Previous reports show that the Galaxy M21 will come with Android 10 installed. Galaxy M21 is expected to be available in blue, black and green color options.