On December 4, Samsung Exynos officially tweeted “Hello, World”. This tweet has passed since the last time Samsung Exynos made a sound. This announcement also means that Samsung’s new Exynos processor is about to meet with you. According to previously revealed information, Samsung’s next-generation Exynos flagship processor is named the Exynos 2100. It will debut with the Galaxy S21 series and is positioned in the same way as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888. Thus, it is also a high-end flagship SoC.
At present, the Exynos 2100 version of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series has appeared on the GeekBench website. Both single-core and multi-core results are slightly inferior to the Snapdragon 888 version of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series offers different processor versions in different markets. The Snapdragon 888 flagship processor used by the Bank of China and the US version uses the Exynos 2100 processor for the European version.
In addition, there are three models in the Galaxy S21 series, namely Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra. The internal codes are O1, T2 and P3. Both Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ will have FHD+ 120Hz displays. But the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra also has an advanced adaptive refresh LTPO panel function. The Galaxy S21 will have a 6.2-inch display; the Galaxy S21+ will have a 6.7-inch display.
Like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, the Samsung Exynos 2100 is also a 5nm smartphone chip. It also has a large core (ARM Cortex X1), a large core (ARM Cortex A78) and a small core. Its peak performance is 23% higher than that of the Cortex A78. This chip also uses a “1+3+4” three-cluster architecture.
The report pointed out that the Exynos 2100 ultra-large core is clocked at 2.91GHz. The large core is clocked at 2.81GHz, and the small core is clocked at 2.21GHz. This chip will be officially announced soon. It means that the Galaxy S21 series is not far from being released.