We expect Samsung to unveil its flagships for the Galaxy S21 on January 14th, which are currently less than a month away. As usual, we’ve seen a ton of leaks over the past few months, which gives us a good idea of what to expect from the upcoming flagship trio. Now we have another interesting find on Geekbench with a listing of the Galaxy S21 Ultra powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 2100 chipset. This is the version that is likely to be available in India and other regions like Europe, where Samsung has traditionally preferred its own chipsets.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with Exynos 2100 on Geekbench
The device has the model number SM-G998B and managed 1,006 points in the single-core test and 3,059 points in the multi-core test. The base frequency of the CPU is 2.21 GHz, which is probably the power-saving Cortex A-55 cluster. Comparing these results with those of the Snapdragon 888 version of the S21 shows a small difference in favor of the Exynos device. Note, however, that both devices are still unfinished prototypes. The new list also shows that the S21 Ultra comes with 12GB of RAM and is starting Android 11.
Due to previous leaks, the Exynos 2100 is expected to be equipped with an X1 Prime Core with up to 2.91 GHz, as well as three Cortex-A78 cores with 2.81 GHz and four energy-efficient Cortex-A55 cores with 2.21 GHz is. The A78 and A55 cores in particular are clocked a bit above the cores on the Snapdragon 888, which should explain some minor gains, but we’ll have to wait for official results once the chipset is official.
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