Yes, especially we know it’s too early to publish this kind of news. The first Samsung smartphones with Exynos 1000 aren’t expected to arrive until February next year. But I’m excited to hear that Samsung could finally surpass its biggest rival in 2021.
The information is from a Korean forum where various Geekbench scores are published. Two Samsung Galaxy S21 units were reportedly tested. One was tested with the Exynos 1000 and the other with the Snapdragon 875.
Screenshots are not shared, so take this with a salty one. Samsung’s single-core and multi-core scores with the Exynos 1000 are both higher than its Snapdragon 875 equivalent. In a single core test, the Exynos 1000 1302 With points 4250 While the Snapdragon 875 has, it’s multi 1159 And 4090,Each. Mi 11 is not too far 1102 And 4113 point.
According to sources, ARM’s newly announced Cortex-X1 core is still problematic, so Samsung decided to leave the Snapdragon 875 to provide a higher clock. This is a confirmation that both chipsets use Cortex-X1.
Nonetheless, it is clear that all mobile phones involved in the test are early pre-production samples, which can result in better performance for both SoCs at release. Still, this is probably the first time Exynos is at the top, and the fact that both chips are based on Samsung’s 5nm process and share a similar architecture is surprising when the two SoCs run from neck to end. It’s not that.
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