The Qualcomm SnapDragon 875 will be unveiled at the SnapDragon Technology Summit on December 1 this year, which will be the standard for Android’s flagship in 2021. There is no doubt that Samsung will be the first manufacturer to use the flagship Qualcomm SnapDragon 875, starting with the Galaxy S21 series. Today’s leaker Mayur Gadhiya revealed a frontal photo of the Samsung Galaxy S21.
The standard version of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is not the Galaxy S21 Plus or the Galaxy S21 Ultra, according to the newsman Mayur Gadhiya.
As shown in the figure, the Galaxy S21, like the Galaxy S20, is also a centered hole-digging scheme and is designed for dual surfaces.
Samsung has previously been rumoured to have abandoned its off-screen camera scheme on the Galaxy S21 series, instead adopting a more mature and stable digging screen, which Samsung has adopted as a priority for front-facing camera imaging and screen display.
As for the specifications, the Samsung Galaxy S21 mentioned earlier will be the first commercial Qualcomm SnapDragon 875 flagship processor.
In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Series uses its own Exynos 2100 processor in some markets, and it’s a 5nm process like the Qualcomm SnapDragon 875.
The aircraft will be released on Q1 in 2021 and is expected to be expected around February.