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Samsung is working on New Exynos 2100 Processor for Galaxy S21

samsung exynos 2100 processor is coming for galaxy s21
New Samsung Exynos 2100 Chipset is coming(Credit: Samsung)

Samsung Exynos processors are having a hard time to compete with Snapdragon and another chipset. Exynos 990 was nowhere near to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 and apple’s A13 Bionic chipset.

Samsung has a lot to catch up in chipset development and that’s exactly what they are doing right now. Reports say that the company is working on 5 nm processor Exynos 2100. Galaxy S21 will be geared up with new Exynos 2100 SoC.

According to leaker MauriQHD, Samsung has everything prepared and now they are just waiting for the perfect movement to launch Exynos 2100. It could also be called Exynos 1000, there is no word on the official name.

Exynos 2100 SoC is said to be way more powerful compare to Exynos 990. However, the chipset’s performance wasn’t quite there yet during the testing phase.

ALSO READ: Apple iPhone 12: Release Date, New Rumors, and Leaks

Samsung’s new Exynos processor will be competing against another 5nm chipset, Snapdragon 875. The Snapdragon 875 also will be releasing soon, possibly at the Annual Snapdragon summit in December.

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