We’re expecting Samsung to use two different chipsets in the Samsung Galaxy S21 range, with the US likely getting the Snapdragon 888, while the UK and many other regions will probably get the Exynos 2100. And while early benchmarks suggested there might be a gulf in performance between the two chipsets, there’s now hope that they might be similar.

A new Geekbench 5 result shared by @UniverseIce (a leaker with a decent track record) shows scores for a phone running the Exynos 2100. The name of the phone isn’t listed but the model number is SM-G996B, which has previously been linked to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus.

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