Samsung traditionally uses its own Exynos chipsets in its top models in Europe, while in the US and several other select markets it offers models with the most powerful Snapdragons for the same price. And while Europe, at least in terms of raw power and chip energy efficiency, has been tightening its head, the situation seems to be reversing soon. All speculation suggests that the upcoming Exynos 2100 will be more powerful than the hitherto unannounced Snapdragon 875.
Apparently the fact that Samsung’s semiconductor division is finally in full swing already with the introduction of the 5nm Exynos 1080. The well-equipped chipset will reach the upper middle class models, the Galaxy devices the most expensive computing power of the Exynos 2100. It should have a similar. configuration like Snapdragon 875 (1 + 3 + 4), chipsets should vary significantly only in graphics chips. Mali-G78 is expected for Exynos, and Adreno 660 for Snapdraagon.
The Exynos 2100 CPU is almost certainly a more powerful performance than the Snapdragon 875, and European consumers were finally laughing.
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 15, 2020
For European consumers of Samsung’s flagship models, after years of use, arguably less powerful, Exynos chips can sound like heavenly music. Even if the benchmarks were to end in favor of the SD875, it is already clear that the performance differences between the two chipsets would be very small. And the saga that began with a European petition against using Exynoses will finally come to an end. And that’s for the Galaxy S21 series, which should premiere mid-January next year. Until then, Samsung should independently source the 5nm Exynos 2100.