Samsung Daily News 3: Exynos 2100 beats Snapdragon, Galaxy S21 specs, Galaxy Note 21, Buds Beyond battery, Galaxy M12 renders, Note 5 update, and more

Welcome to RPRNA, in this article, we will cover all the latest news today about Samsung. Check the top news about Samsung below:

  • Samsung’s Exynos 2100 beats Snapdragon
  • Galaxy Buds Beyond battery capacity
  • Galaxy S21 series specs leaked
  • Galaxy Note 21 may not launch
  • Galaxy M12 renders leaked
  • Galaxy Note 5 update
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite November update

1. Samsung’s Exynos 2100 beats Snapdragon

Compared to Qualcomm, the Exynos processors aren’t able to deliver the performance as per the expectations but this could change with Samsung’s upcoming processors. And for the first time, we will encounter more power efficiency and performance from Exynos against Snapdragon.

According to the latest leak, the upcoming Exynos 2100 will be faster than the Snapdragon 875 SoC. We will be seeing both of these processors in Samsungs upcoming Galaxy S21 series that will provide many clear insights for them. Read more here.

2. Galaxy Buds Beyond battery capacity

Samsung’s batteries manufacturing unit had applied to China’s 3C regulatory agency.

The 3C certification reveals that a battery with model number EB-BR190ABY is recorded on the database. The evidence hints that the Galaxy Buds Beyond will pack a 472mAh battery. Read more here.

3. Galaxy S21 series specs leaked

Samsung is all set to launch the next flagship series – Samsung Galaxy S21. We now have new information about the upcoming Galaxy S21 series.

The company will bring three variants of the Galaxy S21 series, the Galaxy S21, the S21+, and the S21 Ultra. The Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra will feature the latest 5nm Snapdragon 875 SoC/Exynos 2100 and Android 11-based One UI 3.1.


The standard variant of the Galaxy S21 might have a plastic back cover design, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra to have a glass cover, no information about the S21+. In addition, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have S Pen support, but the stylus will not be included in the box. Read more here.

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4. Galaxy Note 21 may not launch

Samsung is all set to launch the next flagship series – Samsung Galaxy S21. But what about the Galaxy Note 21 series?

According to a new rumor, Samsung may not launch the Galaxy Note 21 series next year. The company is likely to kill the Galaxy Note 21 series to focus on foldable phones. Read more here.

5. Galaxy M12 renders leaked

Samsung will be adding a new member in its M series in the coming days that is Galaxy M12. As per the previous leaks, this smartphone will be coming with a massive 7000mAh battery. It will come with pre-installed Android 11 based One UI 3.0 and will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 460 SoC.

Recently leaked renders of the smartphone suggest that the Galaxy M12 will have a four-lens setup in a squared shaped design with an LED flash below the camera module. This design of the smartphone is very much similar to the recently launched Galaxy A42 5G smartphone. Check the renders by clicking here.

6. Galaxy Note 5 update

Samsung is known for providing its great software services for its generation-old smartphones and the company keeps sending software for smartphones that have already completed their update cycles.

Adding to this story, Samsung has started pushing a new software update for its 2015’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5 for the carrier-locked devices in South Korea with build version N920SKSS2DTJ2 and a package size of 74MB. Read more here.

7. Galaxy Tab S6 Lite November update

Samsung has already rolled out November 2020 security update for its Galaxy Tab S6 and now the company is sending the same security improvements for the Galaxy Tab S6 lite with additional improvements as well as optimizations.

According to the changelog, the latest update for the Galaxy Tab S6 lite brings improvements for the stability of Wi-Fi connectivity, keyboard, and improvements for the S Pen recognition. The update also includes settings for the Blue light filter feature and improves device security with Android patches released in November 2020. Read more here.

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