We expect Samsung to unveil its Galaxy S21 flagships on January 14, which is less than a month away at the moment. As usual, we’ve seen a lot of leaks in recent months, giving us a good idea of what to expect from the future trio-pilot. Now we have another interesting new discovery on Geekbench, with a list of Galaxy S21 Ultra powered by the Samsung Exynos 2100 chipset. This is the version that will probably be available in India and other regions like Europe and where Samsung has traditionally favored own chipsets.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with Exynos 2100 on Geekbench
The device carries the number of the SM-G998B model and passed 1,006 points in the single-core test and 3,059 points in the multi-core department. The base frequency of the processor is listed at 2.21 GHz, which is probably the energy efficient Cortex A-55 cluster. Comparing these scores with those of the Snapdragon 888 version of the S21 reveals a small difference in favor of the Exynos-powered device, although keep in mind that both devices are still unfinished prototypes. The new list also reveals that the S21 Ultra comes with 12 GB of RAM and runs Android 11.
Based on previous leaks, the Exynos 2100 is expected to come with the main core X1 clocked at 2.91 GHz, along with a trio of Cortex-A78 cores running at 2.81 GHz and four Cortex-A55 cores that are efficient in terms of energetic view, operating at 2.21 GHz. The A78 and A55 cores, in particular, are slightly above those found on the Snapdragon 888, which should explain some marginal gains, but we’ll have to wait for the official results once the chipset is official.
Source | Via