Yes, this is finally happening. Samsung’s Exynos is somehow beating Snapdragon, that too by a good difference! Samsung is going to launch its Galaxy S21 next year, and yet again with two different processors, for different markets. The Exynos 2100 has finally beaten Snapdragon 875 in synthetic benchmarks already.
On Geekbench, Exynos 2100 more than Snapdragon 875, which scored 3,319 in Multi-core. Rumors say that the Exynos almost touched the 4,000 marks.
Although both SD875 and Exynos 2100 to feature ARM’s latest X1 cores, the former has it clocked at 2.84GHz, whereas the latter has the cores clocked at 2.89GHz. Similarly, this goes with the efficient cores, Cortex-A78, which is clocked at 2.81GHz on E2100, whereas 2.42GHz on SD875. The other power-efficient cores will have 2.21GHz on E2100, whereas the SD 875 will be clocked at 1.84GHz.
But this is only for the processor. We have no clear idea as of how the GPU will turn out to be. Only the coming days can tell you that.
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