Exynos 2100 is manufactured in a 5-nanometer process and has an integrated 5G modem just like Qualcomm’s recently launched Snapdragon 888. Samsung usually divides its flagship models so that units sold in the US, Korea and China get Snapdragon while other markets, Sweden and Europe included , gets the Exynos variant and there is no indication that it will do differently when the S21 soon sees the light of day.
Samsung’s Exynos 2100 was launched at a virtual event today and Samsung themselves are not late to raise expectations. Samsung’s ambition has always been that both Snapdragon and Exynos in the flagship units should live up to all requirements and deliver equivalent performance, but despite this, repeated comparisons have shown that Snapdragon has surpassed Exynos. This time, the development manager of the mobile department at Samsung Electronics, Kyeongjun Kim, confirms that “Exynos 2100 will live up to the high demands of the next generation smartphone”.
Faster and more frugal
In practice, this means that the chip has a 20 percent lower power consumption or, if you prefer, a 10 percent better performance overall compared to the predecessor that used a 7-nanometer process in manufacturing. According to Samsung, they have worked closely with ARM to maximize both performance and battery life.
The eight-core processor is based on an ARM Cortex X1 core of up to 2.9 Ghz. In addition, there are three high-performance Cortex A78 cores complemented by four energy-efficient Cortex A55 cores. This means that the Exynos 2100, according to Samsung, should have 30 percent better performance in that area. Furthermore, the graphics part gives a 40% performance increase compared to its predecessor and the computing power for AI must also have been increased significantly.
200 megapixels and better images
The image processor integrated in the chip supports resolutions up to 200 megapixels and can also process information from several image sensors simultaneously, which should result in better images when zooming in. The image processor should also contribute with better image quality especially in wide angle mode and with AI that recognizes subjects, faces and individual objects, the camera settings should be able to be adjusted automatically to provide better images.
Samsung themselves say that the Exynos 2100 is already in mass production and everything indicates that it is in the S21 series.
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