It looks like Samsung may soon reveal its next-gen flagship processor, Exynos 2100. It’s expected that this new chipset may come with limited problems compared to the Exynos 990.
Previous reports suggest that Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 would be the only processor with Cortex-X1 next year.
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According to the latest information, a well-known tipster claimed that Samsung’s Exynos 2100 SoC may also sport a Cortex-X1 core. The tipster has found ‘3396’ code on Geekbench and after converting the code he came to the number ‘d44’, and after checking through a database, the investigation was concluded to Cortex-X1 through the respective number. Furthermore, one of its core would be clocked at approximately 3.00GHz.
A strong evidence shows that Exynos2100 will adopt the Cortex-X1 architecture. The reason is that the code 3396 appeared in Geekbench. Converting it to hexadecimal is d44, and d44 corresponds to the Cortex-X1 architecture. pic.twitter.com/yXKPggDm3O
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 10, 2020
Qualcomm said that they will optimize the upcoming Snapdragon processor, so it is possible that Snapdragon 875 may get a higher clock speed in comparison to the Exynos 2100.