Exynos is a series of processors made by Samsung. These processors are used in most mid-range and high-end Samsung phones. The Exynos 1000 is the new processor for Samsung’s flagship phones. This processor is to be used on the Samsung Galaxy S21 in the global version.
Exynos 1000 and Snapdragon 875 processors have not been introduced yet. these two processors have entered the production line and some of their specifications have been leaked. The new Snapdragon processor is made by Samsung and they are very similar in terms of specifications. This processors are made with 5nm technology and have the same architecture. Both processors use ARM’s Cortex X1. (Exynos 1000 Geekbench)
The information has been leaked from a Korean association. This association publishes smartphone scores in the Geekbench benchmark. There are no photos of the performed benchmarks and only the numbers have been published. Published numbers belong to Samsung Galaxy S21 and Xiaomi mi 11.
Geekbench Benchmark Samsung Galaxy S21 (Exynos)
- Exynos 1000 single-core test: Score 1.302
- Exynos 1000 Multi-Core Test: Sce 4,250
Geekbench Benchmark Samsung Galaxy S21 (Snapdragon)
- Snapdragon 875 single-core test: Score 1,159
- Snapdragon 875 Multi-Core Test: Score 4,090
Geekbench Benchmark Xiaomi mi 11 (Snapdragon)
- Snapdragon 875 Single-Core Test: Score 1,102
- Snapdragon 875 Multi-Core Test: Score 4,113
According to published scores, the Exynos 1000 processor outperforms the Snapdragon 875 in both single-core and multi-core tests. On the other hand, the points of the Xiaomi flagship phone have also been leaked that the overall score of this Snapdragon phone is higher than the Galaxy S21 Snapdragon version. difference in points is very small, but the difference in points between Exynos and Snapdragon is large. It is said that the Cortex X1 ARM has some problems and Samsung has been forced to increase the processor frequency in the Exynos 1000 chipset to solve that problem. (Exynos 1000 Geekbench)
Of course, all the tests have been done on phones that are still in the trial version and it is very likely that the scores will change. Another thing to keep in mind is that the Geekbench benchmark only tests the CPU processing power of the phone, and graphics and other things have no effect on This test. This is possible that the scores in the antutu test be very different. the main reason is because all aspects of the phone are tested.
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