Samsung has finally unveiled its flagship Exynos 2100 SoC at CES 2021. It is the first SoC for the company to be manufactured on 5nm EUV or Extreme Ultra-Violet process.
If compared to Snapdragon 888 SoC, Exynos 2100 is also manufactured on 5nm, as I said above, and has a tri-cluster architecture with the Cortex-X1 high-performance core. The X1 core has a clock speed of 2.9GHz, along with three Cortex-A78 cores and four efficiency-focused Cortex-A55 cores. As per Samsung, the performance of the SoC is 30% faster than the last generation in multi-core performance.
For GPU, Samsung is using ARM’s Mali-G78, which promises 40% more performance on Vulkan, and OpenCL APIs. Inside, you will see a new and advanced ISP which supports 200MP camera (now things makes sense), and can handle six individual sensors at once. It also comes with integrated Sub 6GHz 5G band, as well as mmWave. At max, the SoC can support up to 5.1Gbps in sub-6GHz spectrum and 7.35Gbps on mmWave.
With an impressive 26 Trillion Operations Per Second or 26TOPS speed, the tri-core NPU is a rock solid implementation by Samsung, which also gives twice the efficiency in comparison to the last generation.
The new SoC will debut with upcoming Galaxy S21, excluding the USA, China and most probably Korea.
Source: Android Central
Also, Read: LG teases rolling phone yet again at CES 2021.
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