Samsung announces its next flagship Exynos 2100 chipset – Samsung is ready to launch its next flagship S21 in the coming days. With that in mind, Samsung has removed the curtains from its own manufactured Exynos 2100 that will be shipped on S21 family devices. In fact, much of the Exynos 2100 remains similar to Qualcomm’s brand new Snapdragon 888 SoC, with a 5 nm architecture, as well as the powerful Cortex-X1 core. In addition, one of the main attractions is the breathtaking clock speed of up to 2.9 GHz.
Not only the performance core, even all other efficiency cores are similar to the Snapdragon 888, but the disparity comes in the GPU section, where we have the ARM Mali-G78. Under the hood, the new Exynos 2100 is made in such a way that it can perform 26 trillion operations per second, which is no less than an engineering marvel.
Coming to the optics department, Samsung should unlock new possibilities, providing support for camera resolution up to 200MP. In addition, permission to install up to six separate sensors means a reimagined photographic experience with incredible AI features. In addition, the continuous recognition of the scene.
Samsung left no stone unturned in making the incredible SoC that can be connected with UFS 3.1 or UFS 2.1 according to the company’s requirements. What is most surprising about the Exynos 2100 processor is that it can power monitors up to 4K resolution along with HDR10+ support.
Leaving it all aside, Samsung signed an agreement with AMD so that they can incorporate a GPU with AMD technology into their next flagship chipset that is likely to come in the Galaxy Z Fold 3. Furthermore, the Exynos 2100 continues to be produced en masse by Samsung before the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S21 ultra smartphone.