Exynos 2100 Will Be Faster than Snapdragon 875, Reveals Alleged Geekbench Score Leak

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INTRO: The benchmark scores for Samsung‘s rumored 5nm flagship SoC, Exynos 2100, and Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 875 SoC have leaked once more , suggesting that the previous could be significantly faster than the latter at this stage in their development cycles. Both chipsets are expected to sport 1+3+4 similar configurations, including ARM’s ‘Cortex-X1 Super’ CPU cores.

According to a user on the Chinese forum, Clien.net, a Galaxy S21 backed by Qualcomm’s first flagship 5nm chipset notched up a single-core score of 1,204 and a multi-core score of 4,121 on Geekbench. Both are less than the Exynos variant of the device, which managed to hit 1,323 and 4,215, respectively.

However, turning the power-saver mode apparently levels the playing field, with both devices earning almost identical scores on both counts. While the Snapdragon 875 scored 1,114 and 3,067, the Exynos 2100-powered device got 1,129 and 3,019 within the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.

The results are seemingly in line with earlier leaks which also suggested that Exynos 2100 was beating the Snapdragon 875 hands-down. consistent with a report from last month, the Exynos 2100 (then mentioned because the Exynos 1000) netted a single-core score of 1,302 and a multi-core score of 4,250, as against the Snapdragon 875’s score of 1,159 and 4,090, respectively.

While Qualcomm seems to possess closed the gap with the Samsung chip since the last test, the Snapdragon 875 remains some ways in need of its rival, so it’ll be interesting to ascertain if which will change by the time these chips are ready for production . That said, do take these results will a pinch of salt, as long as it’s real easy to fake the Geekbench scores and that we haven’t any thanks to verify the authenticity of those leaks.

Qualcomm’s first 5nm mobile processor, the Snapdragon 875, is predicted to power a bunch of flagship smartphones next year. that has the US version of the Galaxy S21, although, here in India, we’re still likely to urge an Exynos 2100-powered variant. However, which may not be such a nasty thing if the chip does address be as competitive because the early results seem to point .

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