The time is not yet for the presentation of the Galaxy S21 by Samsung which unveils its new SoC upstream Exynos 2100. It takes over from the Exynos 990, with Samsung’s promise to have heard and taken note of the criticism. What to claim: ” Exynos is back ! “
The Exynos 2100 benefits from a 5 nm engraving with EUV lithograph (Extreme Ultra Violet). It increases performance by 10% and reduces energy consumption by 20% compared to an engraving in 7 nm.
A more punchy tri-cluster configuration than the Snapdragon 888
The new octocore SoC takes advantage of a tri-cluster CPU architecture with a powerful ARM Cortex-X1 core, three high-performance ARM Cortex-A78 cores (2.8 GHz) and four economical ARM Cortex-A55 cores (2.2 GHz ). For’ARM Cortex-X1 à 2,9 GHz, Samsung emphasizes a custom heart in close collaboration with ARM.
Compared to the Exynos 990, the announced gain for performance is 30%. All the elements in the chip have been improved, from the cache memory, through the scheduler and the control of the electric voltage.
For AI, the NPU (Neural Processing Unit) processor can achieve 26 TOPS (Tera Operations Per Second). The ISP (Image Signal Processor) is able to manage a 200 megapixel photo sensor and up to six individual sensors with simultaneous processing of four sensors. It is possible to shoot in 4K at 120 frames per second or 8K at 30 fps.
Video playback can be done in 8K at 60 frames per second. Samsung highlights the integration of the AV1 decoder for 8K video.
With integrated 5G modem
The Exynos 2100 is Samsung’s first premium SoC to integrate a 5G modem with the capacity to reach 5.1 Gbps in frequency bands below 6 GHz and 7.35 Gbps with extremely high frequencies (mmWave).
The SoC leverages the 144Hz screen refresh rate with a QHD + display and offers LPDDR5 RAM support. During the presentation of the Exynos 2100 currently in mass production, Samsung put forward the security integrated into the hardware. In addition, the group mentioned work with AMD for a next generation of mobile GPUs.
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