This Thursday, January 14 the Galaxy S21 are officially presented, the first top of the range that Samsung will launch in Europe this year. Two days before this presentation, Samsung leaves us with another event, the presentation of its new high-end processor, which we will see in these phones, which they had already announced in December. Today the new Exynos 2100 is official.
This new Exynos 2100 is a powerful processor, with which Samsung seeks to end bad reviews and doubts about the performance of its processors. They leave us with a high power chip, with spectacular graphics performance and reduced power consumption.
Point for Exynos: the Samsung of Europe would be better in photography than the Snapdragon version
DxOMark has analyzed the photograph of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, both the version with the Snapdragon processor and the Exynos one, and we have a surprise.
- Manufacturing process: 5 nm.
- 1 ARM-X1 cortex at 2.9 GHz.
- 3 cortex A-78 at 2.8 GHz.
- 4 cortex A-55 at 2.2 GHz.
- GPU: Mali G-78.
- RAM: LPDDR5.
- Storage room: UFS 3.1 y UFS 2.1.
- Supports up to 200 Mpx sensors.
- Supports up to 6 and 4 individual sensors.
- 4K recording at 120 fps.
- Recording in 8K at 60 fps.
- Resolution up to 4K at 120Hz.
- Up to QHD + resolution at 144Hz.
- 4G LTE,
- 5G sub-6Ghz and mmWave,
- 7.35 Gbps download speed.
The Exynos 2100 becomes the first Samsung processor to be manufactured in a 5nm process. It is an eight-core processor, with an ARM X-1 cortex, three A-78 cortices and four A-55s, which promise excellent performance. In fact, Samsung claims this processor offers 30% better multicore performance than its predecessor, Exynos 990. The Cortex-X1 appears on this chip for the first time and ARM says it is 23% faster than the newer one. A. -78.
The GPU present in this processor is ARM Mali-G78, a GPU that promises a 40% performance improvement, in addition to reaffirming its collaboration with ARM. Artificial intelligence is important in this processor, which has a total of 3 NPUs for better processing of artificial intelligence. With this data, the processor promises to be a beast in this area. With these NPUs, it can process 26 trillion operations per second (TOPS).
Exynos 2100 a Support for camera sensors up to 200 Mpx, with the ability to connect and support up to six individual sensors. Moreover, you can process four camera sensors at the same time for multi-camera experiences. Video recording is a highlight in this case as well, with support for 4K recording at 120 fps and 8K recording at 60 fps. Samsung continues to be a driving force behind 8K in its high-end phones. Using the Multi-Camera Frame Processor (MCFP), the ISP can combine images from multiple cameras to improve zoom performance and improve image quality for wide-angle shots. AI acceleration also gives the ISP a function that quickly and smoothly recognizes scenes, faces, and objects and optimally adjusts camera settings to capture the image in more detail.
5G connectivity It is already mandatory in the high end and is integrated into this chip thanks to its 5G modem. Thanks to it, it supports sub-6 GHz and mmWave spectra from 2G. The modem can provide a maximum downlink speed of up to 5.1 Gbps in sub-6 GHz and 7.35 Gbps in mmWave.
This week we will see the first phones with Exynos 2100, since January 14 the Galaxy S21 are presented. These new phones are the first from Samsung to use this processor, so we can expect good performance from this new top of the manufacturer’s range.
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