Samsung has been releasing two versions of most of its premium smartphones in recent years – one with a Qualcomm chipset and another one with its own Exynos chips.
In the Galaxy S21 family, the chipsets in question are the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 (US&China) and Samsung’s own Exynos 2100, available on every other market.
We already looked at how the two models compare in benchmarks and performance. Now it’s time to see how they fare in battery life.
Here is a specs comparison between the chipsets powering the two models for reference:
Samsung Exynos 2100
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