Samsung Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 888 shown off in hands-on video as European memory and colour configurations leak
The Galaxy S21 series may not be arriving until January 14, but someone has already published a video showcasing the Galaxy S21. The video has been posted on YouTube by Random Stuff 2, although it is unclear who shot the video. However, the video shows a Geekbench 5 result that we have found on the Geekbench database, so the video was recorded over a week ago.
The reference to a lahaina motherboard demonstrates that we are looking at the Snapdragon 888 version of the Galaxy S21 too, not the Exynos 2100 version. The listing also confirms that we are looking at a Galaxy S21 with 8 GB of RAM. Presumably, this will be offered with 128 GB of storage, as Roland Quandt and WinFuture have revealed today.
Quandt adds that only the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be available with 512 GB of storage, with the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ topping out at 256 GB. According to Quandt, Samsung will sell the Galaxy S21 series in the following configurations in Europe:
- Galaxy S21
- 128 GB - Grey, White, Pink, Purple
- 256 GB - Grey, White, Pink, Purple
- Galaxy S21+
- 128 GB - Silver, Black, Purple
- 256 GB - Silver, Black, Purple
- Galaxy S21 Ultra
- 128 GB - Silver, Black
- 256 GB - Silver, Black
- 512 GB - Silver, Black
As for the video, it only provides a look at the Galaxy S21 from a few angles before diving into running Geekbench 5. We have included screenshots of the video in case it is removed, but the design shown of the Galaxy S21 matches previous leaks. The rear-facing camera housing looks more pronounced, though. You can view the video below, too.