As we know, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is set to launch on January 14, 2021. The company will launch three new Galaxy S21 smartphones including the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. These devices will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 SoC in select markets including the US while the company will launch Exynos 2100 powered phones in the rest of all regions including European countries.
Samsung has officially confirmed that its latest Exynos chipset will be unveiled on January 12, 2021, two days before the first “Galaxy Unpacked” event of 2021. In the meantime, an unreleased device of Samsung powered by its own Exynos 2100 processor has been tested on Geekbench.
The tested device will be the Galaxy S21+ (model number – SM-G986B) and secured 1089 points in the single-core test while the multi-core score reached 3963 points. This is a big improvement from the 1,006 points and 3,059 points of the previous Exynos chipset.
As per the reports, Xiaomi Mi 11 will become the first Snapdragon 888 powered device which is scheduled to launch on December 28, 2020. According to Qualcomm’s official data, Snapdragon 888 has got 1135 points and 3794 points in single-core and multi-core tests respectively.
The single-core performance of Exynos 2100 is slightly less than Snapdragon 888, but it leads the multi-core test. However, Samsung Exynos 2100 has not yet been released which clears that there is still room for optimization.