Samsung Galaxy S series has come a long way since the first Galaxy S phone was released back on June 4, 2010. Since then the Galaxy S series just keeps getting better every year. In the year 2020, Samsung came up with a new number, and instead of Galaxy S11, it was branded as Galaxy S20. The next Galaxy S phone is called as Galaxy S21 and might release in the first quarter of the year. Although there is still more than a year left before its release date, Samsung fans and informants are leaking news all over the internet.
Quite recently, a reputable tech news magazine reveals that initially the next Galaxy S phone might be launched with Exynos 1000 processor equipped with Snapdragon 875 and Samsung's own chip. It is reported that both Exynos 1000 and Snapdragon uses the 5n process. As per official sources, the Exynos 1000 will be at least 3 times faster than the Snapdragon 865. Exynos series hasn't gained much popularity over the years as compared to Qualcomm, MediaTek, or Huawei's in-house made Kirin chips. But this might change next year. Samsung's processor uses RDNA GPU technology that was authorized by AMD to Samsung in 2019 to replace the existing Maili GPU. This chip will greatly improve the graphics performance of the chip.
In addition to hardware-configure, another leak is related to Samsung's under-screen camera system that is under process right now. Although Galaxy Note 20 series might be too late to carry, Samsung Galaxy S21 will likely to have an under-screen camera solution. The rear camera may also be upgraded to 150 million pixels, as well as 64 million telephoto, 16 million pixels ultra-wide angle, plus a 12 million pixel depth of field lens and ToF, creating a five-camera system. As per leaks, the imaging system of the new machine will break through the new industry standards and get much better in terms of performance.
Some residents of Minneapolis, Minnesota will soon have access to superfast Internet, thanks to US Internet, which has recently announced that it will offer a mind-boggling 10Gbps broadband speed to both residential and small-business owners in the city. Just to give you an idea, this is 10 times the speed of Google Fiber, which is currently available in Kansas City; Provo, Utah, and Austin, Texas.
"The launch of our 10 Gbps Internet service will make Minneapolis the first city in the world to receive access to the Internet at speeds never before experienced in our country, or any other country for that matter," U.S. Internet CEO Joe Caldwell said in a statement. The service will be available for $400/month + a $99 installation fee.