It is clear that the Exynos 2100 has yet to outperform the benchmark tests, when compared to the Snapdragon 888. The scores are done with the Geekbench app and, however, it shows evolution in Samsung chips that usually don’t. Exceeds it Competitors of America.
With each new SoC release, a new battle raged for those who love numbers and cold experiments. This scenario happened to two chips that have not even been officially launched on a smartphone or tablet yet: Samsung’s Exynos 2100 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888.
The Korean ring side is not the winner of the previous battles, but it seems the leaked images from Geekbench show the passing of the Asians, at least for now. This data comes directly from Ice universea Twitter account that became known for leaking information about Samsung products.
According to users, the Exynos 2100 scored 1,108 points in a test performed with only one core. For the multi-core version of the same test, the Samsung chip scored 3,963 points. The first result was not so encouraging, but this is the second one showing the biggest step forward for SoC Korea.
While data from tests performed by the person responsible for the rumor is leaking, Qualcomm, the US company, has released the scores it achieved while running the same Geekbench. on a test smartphone, created by the brand and for industry reference only.
In this case, the score is 1,139 points for the core and 3,810 when all processor colors are tested by the application. We agree that the difference is small at no more than 4%, but it’s enough to lighten the cold hearts of fanboys and haters, who fight for aggregate numbers, defending. their brand blindly. Even with this in mind, Samsung shareholders could have a brighter smile at the beginning of the year.
Exynos 2100 will be released in January 2021
Samsung has an event scheduled for January 12 next year. The hottest rumors point to the launch of a new generation of the Galaxy S series, which is definitely the Galaxy S21 – along with Plus, Ultra and possibly a smaller model. They should be the first to have the Exynos 2100 onboard.
The Ultra variant must be compatible with the S Pen, which in turn will kill the Galaxy Note smartphone. Another key change, but much less fun, is the absence of a plug and headphone adapter in the box, just like Apple did with the iPhone 12 recently this year.
This special feature was confirmed in Anatel smartphone approval, where the documents stated that “the mobile phone will not be supplied with a power source” and “the mobile phone will not be bundled. according to headphones “.
The agency has approved three smartphones in Brazil, with the following models: SM-G991B / DS (S21), SM-G996B / DS (S21 +), and SM-G998B / DS (S21 Ultra).