Samsung recently introduced the Exynos 1080 chip; A chip that is on par with premium mid-range models in terms of hardware power, and is expected to launch a variety of Exynos 1080-enabled products in 2021. Despite the features of the Exynos 1080; But it is not the most important new chip from Samsung.
The Korean company is also building another chip to be used in the international version of the Galaxy S21 series. While very little information has been released about Samsung’s high-end chip in cyberspace; But the Korean company has released a teaser of an event during which the new Exynos series chips will most likely be introduced as the high-end model used in the Galaxy S21 series.
The Exynos event will be held on January 12, 2021 (December 23, 1999) and after two days we will see another event during which products such as the new Galaxy S21 series and the Galaxy Buds Pro Airbag will be introduced. The chip that is said to be used in Samsung’s next-generation flagships is called the Exynos 2100, which is on par with the Snapdragon 888 in terms of computing power.
This has been shown in various benchmarks, and products equipped with these two chips have been able to earn points with very little difference. The unveiling of the Exynos 2100 chip before the introduction of the Galaxy S21 series makes perfect sense; Because the Korean company wants to focus the 25D event entirely on the introduction of the Galaxy S21 series.
There have been various rumors about the Galaxy S21 series so far, each of which increases the excitement of holding the event. It has been reported that at least one model of the Galaxy S21 series has features similar to the Galaxy Note series, which may include a touch pen. On the other hand, reports have reported a much more advanced camera than the models on the market that will be used in the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
All rumors will be answered on the 25th of January and we will have to wait until the unveiling of the Galaxy S21 series. However, the information we have about the Exynos 2100 chip indicates that its processor uses the Cortex X1 and Cortex A78 cores. For processing graphic information, the Mali-G78 GPU of Arm logo is considered.
The processor in the Exynos 2100 chip uses eight cores that are divided into three clusters. The first cluster consists of a core with a frequency of 2.9 GHz and the second cluster has three cores with a frequency of 2.8. The third cluster, which includes four cores with a frequency of 2.4 GHz, is intended for light work. The Exynos 2100 will also be able to shoot 8K video and consumes far less power than its predecessor.