This week at CES 2021 , Samsung should officially present the new Galaxy S21. To take advantage of this important technological event, the company has already presented the Samsung Exynos 2100, its new high-end processor.
This processor integrates the 5G modem to support this connectivity. Thus, it supports sub-6GHz and mmWave spectra from 2G onwards, granting a maximum download speed of 5.1 Gbps and up to 7.37 Gbps in mmWave, thus achieving up to 3gps in the case of 4G networks.
With this chip the technology also makes the leap to 5 nanometers in the high-end, an ambitious bet to leave behind the criticism that its previous processors received.
The South Korean company claims that the Exyno 2100 is 30 percent more powerful in multicore performance and has a Mali-G78 GPU with 40 percent more graphics performance, when compared to the previous generation of Samsung processors. One relevant aspect is that it will undoubtedly make video game fans happy.
Regarding images, the Exynos 2100 is capable of supporting photographs of up to 200 MP. The company claims that this chip will deliver much more professional results with better white balance, dynamic range, exposure, and color calibration thanks to its new image processor (ISP).
It will also have support for recording and playing content 4K, at 120 fps, and 8K, at 60 fps.
Although the company has not yet announced which phones will use this processor, it is expected that the Galaxy S21 will be the first equipment of the company to have this advanced chip.