Samsung unveils the Exynos 2100 chip attached to the 5G modem, with a speed of 40% higher


Samsung unveiled in a special event its new “Exynos 2100” Exynos 2100 based on the ARM Cortex-X1 architecture, which is the first from the company to be attached to a 5G modem and the second in terms of manufacturing technology of 5 nm.

ARM Cortex-X1 architecture delivers high performance with a processor frequency of 2.9GHz, and Samsung claims that the processor speed is 30% higher than the Exynos 990 in multi-core tasks; It houses 3 A78 and four A55 cores, providing energy savings.

While the company indicated that the new improvements in the Exynos 2100 chip come with a 10% higher performance speed on the same energy consumption, while saving consumption than its predecessors by 20%.

As for the graphics processing unit used with the chip, it is Mali-G78 manufactured with 14nm technology and gives 40% higher performance strength according to the company; While the processor supports a camera sensor up to 200 megapixels, which we had touched upon in a previous report.

It should be noted that the new processor entered the expanded manufacturing process with the strong results it achieved during the experiments to be a fierce competitor in the smart phone market that may open a new page different from what was the case when compared to the Snapdragon processors from Qualcomm.

The following table shows the differences between Samsung, Qualcomm and Huawei processors:

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