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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is equipped with Exynos 2100 and runs Android 12: the novelty has already been tested in Geekbench

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone based on the SoC Exynos 2100 has appeared in the database of the popular Geekbench test application, which indicates an imminent release of the device.

The tested version was equipped with 8 GB of RAM and runs Android 12. In single-threaded mode, the result was 1104 points, and when using all the cores, the device scored 3220 points.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will also be available with 6 GB of RAM The smartphone should receive a 6.4-inch screen with support for a 120 Hz refresh rate, a 4370 mAh battery and a 12-megapixel main camera.

According to the latest insider reports, the device will be unveiled on January 4th and retail sales will start on January 11th.

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In this market, Samsung smartphones accounted for half of all sales. The company’s achievement in Vietnam contrasts with other brands

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Samsung has been the leader in the smartphone market for many years, but its positions vary greatly from country to country. As it turned out, in Vietnam, Samsung crushed half of the market.

At the end of the third quarter, the Korean giant took 49% of the Vietnamese market, and a year ago the company’s share was 36%. At the same time, almost all other companies from the top five recorded a decrease in their market shares.

As you can see, only Vivo was able to increase its share from 6% to 8%, but Oppo, Xiaomi and Realme cannot boast of this. At the same time, the market as a whole sank by 28%, so against this background Samsung’s achievement is even more significant.

In this market, Samsung smartphones accounted for half of all sales.  The company's achievement in Vietnam contrasts with other brands

Budget smartphones helped the company achieve such indicators. The Galaxy A12, A22 and A03s were the top-selling models in Vietnam. By the way, Galaxy A12, as we already know, was the second most popular worldwide this year.

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Which smartphone became the most popular in 2021? The answer could have been predicted a year ago

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Despite the fact that there is still a little more than a month before the end of the year, IDC analysts have already summed up the results of the year at least in relation to the best-selling smartphones.

The authors gave a list of five of the most popular devices, and four of them are from Apple.

The leader is quite expectedly turned out to be the iPhone 12. Recall that last year the best-selling smartphone was the iPhone 11, and before it the iPhone XR. The iPhone 11, as you can see, still sells very well, but the much more expensive last-generation Apple flagships also hit the top.

The only smartphone not from the Apple camp in the top five was the budget Samsung Galaxy A12. And that’s to be expected as well, as the base models of the Galaxy A line have also consistently been on top-selling device lists in recent years. True, there were usually Galaxy A5x there, but at least we don’t see Galaxy A52 in this list.

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Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro showed high quality renders. Smartphones will get Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G, 108MP cameras and 66W charging

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The source has published high-quality renders of the Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro smartphones, which will debut on December 1st. Judging by these images, the external difference between the older model and the younger one will be the screen bent on all four sides, but the rest of the devices are the same.

Interestingly, unlike the Honor 50, the main cameras have exactly three sensors – no quad cameras. Perhaps optical stabilization will appear, and the sensors themselves will become larger. The resolution of the main sensor will be 108 megapixels in both cases. The front cameras will use 50-megapixel sensors.

Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro showed high quality renders.  Smartphones will get Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G, 108MP cameras and 66W charging

Both models will receive 6.7-inch AMOLED screens with Full HD + resolution with a frame rate of 120 Hz. The SoC will improve slightly: instead of the Snapdragon 778G, the Honor 50 will use the recently introduced Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G. Also, smartphones are credited with support for 66W charging.

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