The first Samsung cell phone to utilize the Exynos 1000 chip will dispatch in February a year from now, however it’s fascinating that the power of the chip is said to outpace its biggest competitor, the Snapdragon 875.
According to GSMArena, information from a Korean forum with many Geekbench points appeared showing that two Galaxy S21s have been tested, one using the Exynos 1000 chip and the other using the Snapdragon 875 chip. There is also a Xiaomi phone. Mi 11 with Snapdragon 875 chip also appeared.
The single and multi-core scores Galaxy S21 running the Exynos 1000 chip are both higher than the Snapdragon 875 competitors. In the single-core test, the Exynos 1000 version scored 1,302 points and 4,250 points, while the Snapdragon 875 reached 1,159 and 4,090 respectively. . Mi 11 is not too far behind with 1,102 and 4,113 points.
The source added there was still a problem with ARM’s newly announced Cortex-X1 core, so Samsung decided to increase its clock speed higher to overtake the Snapdragon 875. This shows both processor chips. All-new is based on Cortex-X1 cores.
Since all devices tested are pre-production models, performance of both chips may be higher at release. However, this is probably the first time we see Exynos come to the fore, and the fact that both chips will be based on Samsung’s 5nm process as well as share the same architecture.