Samsung hinted at the imminent announcement of the flagship Exynos 2100 processor

Samsung hinted at the imminent announcement of the flagship Exynos 2100 processor

Samsung has published a short animated video that may hint at the imminent announcement of the new flagship mobile processor Exynos 2100. The video itself, directly or indirectly, does not say anything about it. However, there is a small hint in the description for the posted video.

In particular, in it, Samsung thanks its fans “for their support in this difficult time” and promises to show “something small” on December 15th.

For a number of its mobile products, including the flagship Galaxy and Note series of smartphones, the South Korean manufacturer produces its own mobile Exynos chips. However, the latest flagship model, the Exynos 990, used in the 20 series of Galaxy and Note smartphones, proved to be very unfortunate. When compared with the same flagship Qualcomm solutions, the Samsung chip was inferior in everything – both in performance and energy efficiency. Fans of the company even drew up a petition demanding to stop the release of the latest smartphones based on Exynos and transfer all device models to the flagship Snapdragon chipset. In part, Samsung took this petition into account by releasing in its native Korea the Galaxy S20 series smartphones on Snapdragon 865 chips instead of the originally planned Exynos 990, literally humiliating its own chip development team with this decision.

According to recent rumors, Samsung’s new flagship chipset will be called the Exynos 2100. It is reported that instead of proprietary Mongoose cores, Samsung is using ARM Cortex cores in it. Like the recently unveiled Exynos 1080, the new flagship Exynos 2100 chipset will be manufactured using 5nm technology and will offer increased levels of performance as well as higher energy efficiency. The recently presented Snapdragon 888 is put as the main competitor to the new chip from the South Korean manufacturer.

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