Exynos 2100 with 5nm process is here: Samsung Galaxy 21 series debut

According to the practice of previous years, Samsung will launch a new Galaxy S21 series flagship in the Q1 quarter of next year. According to previous reports, the machine is expected to be equipped with a new 5nm process chip and still provide two processor versions. Now there is the latest news. Recently, foreign media released the latest report that Samsung's own new 5nm chip Exynos 2100 is expected to be released in advance.

According to the latest news released by foreign media wccftech, since the performance of the previous Exynos 990 did not meet expectations, Samsung may make greater efforts in the development of its successor, the new Exynos 2100 (also known as Exynos 1000) , Youwai launched this flagship chip ahead of schedule. At the same time, the source Mauri QHD also revealed that this chip will be officially released in the next few weeks to compete with the "old rival" Qualcomm's Snapdragon 875 conference.

In other respects, according to previously exposed news, the new Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be launched with a new Samsung Exynos2100 (Exynos 1000) mobile platform, and a Snapdragon 875 processor version. The two chips are both in the 5nm process and will be used. The "1+3+4" eight-core design, in which "1" is the super-large core Cortex X1, the peak performance is 23% higher than the Cortex A78, which can be called the "super-large core" in the true sense. It is worth noting that due to the joint blessing of this super-large core, the performance gap between the Snapdragon 875 and Exynos 1000 chips will also be further narrowed.

It is reported that the brand new Snapdragon 875 may be released during the Snapdragon Summit held in December every year, which indicates that Exynos2100 is also expected to be unveiled during this period. More detailed information, we will wait and see.