This year, there was a huge controversy surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S20 and its processors. There are several tests that show that the version with Snapdragon 865 processor is more powerful and efficient than the similar one with Exynos 990 processor.
But everything indicates that next year the roles will be reversed. According to what is known leaker Ice Universe, the version of the Samsung Galaxy S21 with Exynos 2110 processor will have a performance considerably superior to the similar with Snapdragon 875.
First tests of Samsung Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 875 disappoint
In his most recent publication on the social network Twitter, Ice Universe shares preliminary results of a Samsung Galaxy S21 with the new Qualcomm processor. The results show a final score of 3319 points in multi-core tests.
This number would be quite encouraging if it were not the result that the version of the same equipment, with Exynos 2100 processor, had under the same circumstances. According to Ice Universe, these fixed an incredible 4000 points.
Unfortunately, we have no images that can document the incredible score that the Exynos 2100 allegedly achieved on the Geekbench platform. We will have to believe the word of Ice Universe, which has more than once proved to be accurate in its predictions of the designs of South Korean technology.
What will allow the Exynso 2100 to be superior to the Snapdragon 875?
In recent years we have seen a balance between the new SoC Exynos and Snapdragon. Both usually share the same lithography process in their production and have similar nuclei.
The same will happen next year, however, it seems that Samsung’s new processor will have cores running at a higher frequency. According to Ice Universe, the Exynos 2100’s frequencies could rise to 2.91Ghz, while the Snapdragon 875 is expected to stay at 2.84Ghz.
On paper, this is not a big difference. However, everything indicates that the final results will be quite different and could finally give the European users the advantage of Samsung’s next top of the range.
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