Samsung Exynos 1000 chipset could be more powerful than the upcoming Snapdragon 875.

Both Samsung and Qualcomm are about to announce a new chipset later this year which is not only going to be 5G compatible, but also one of the best smartphone chipset in the world. Qualcomm is already launching their all-new Snapdragon 875 chipset later this year, which will be one of their most powerful chipsets till now. Although smartphone users are excited about it, now even Samsung has something that can really get the crowd going. Samsung is currently working on its next generation of smartphone chipset, which will be the Exynos 1000. Both the chipset will be in direct competition next year in terms of performance in a flagship device. 

The new details about the new Exynos 1000 chipset have led many developers and enthusiasts to believe that the chipset will be providing better performance than the upcoming Snapdragon 875. If that comes to be true then Samsung would really have achieved great success in terms of creating the most powerful chipset to date. The details came from a Korean forum where GeekBench scores were published. As per the report, two Galaxy S21 were tested, both with an Exynos 1000 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 875 chipset. Both these smartphones were accompanied by Xiaomi Mi 11 phones with the Snapdragon 875. 

Now the initial reports do claim that as per the numbers, the Exynos 100 had a slightly higher performance than Snapdragon 875. The Galaxy S21 which the Exynos 100 achieved 1,302 points in single-core and 4,250 in the multi-core department. The Snapdragon variant got 1,159 in single and 4,090 in Multi. The Mi 11 achieved 1,102 and 4,113 points, respectively. These might not be the final picture and there might be many more tweaks to the hardware and software of the smartphones to perform better with any of these chipsets. But for now, it seems that Samsung will be crowned in the competition with Qualcomm.

SourceGizchina

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