Samsung has just declared another upper mid-range processor in the Exynos 1080, making for a significant update over its past mid-range silicon. This isn’t the lone SoC the organization is dealing with, as it’s currently uncovered that another Exynos chipset is coming one month from now.
The Korean producer made the declaration via social media, uncovering a January 12 2021 launch. The posts add that “a whole new Exynos is coming.”
This new chipset is required to be the Exynos 2100 flagship processor, set to control the Galaxy S21 series in several markets. It’s additionally fascinating to take note of that the Galaxy S21 family is reputed to launch on January 14, so it would bode well for the Exynos 2100 chip to be uncovered in front of the phones.
There’s no official word on specs for the new chipset presently, yet it’s required to offer the amazing Cortex-X1 CPU, Arm’s new Cortex-A78 cores, as well as Arm’s Mali-G78 GPU. Writer Roland Quandt announced that the new processor is an octa-core design and packs one 2.9Ghz high performance CPU core, three 2.8Ghz cores, and four 2.4Ghz cores.