Samsung Galaxy S21 running score exposure: Exynos 1000 performance close to Snapdragon 865 +
The Samsung Galaxy S21’s running score has been exposed. A device with a model number of SM-G996B was found in Geekbench 5 today. This should be the Galaxy S21 with Samsung’s own chipset.
Information shows that the device is equipped with an exynos2100 motherboard, the processor is an eight-core architecture, the small core frequency is 2.21GHz, and the GPU uses Mali-G78, but the benchmark test entry did not disclose the specific operation of these cores. However, according to recent rumors, Exynos 1000 (the name is still uncertain) has a 1+3+4 core configuration, which means there is one main core, three performance cores and four energy-saving cores.
This phone is equipped with 8GB of RAM, running Android 11 system, these are preliminary details, Galaxy S21 is likely to have an additional memory version.
The running score shows that the performance of the Exynos 1000 chipset is close to that of the Snapdragon 865+ . In the single-core test, the Galaxy S21 scored 1038 points, and the multi-core score was 3060 points. In contrast, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G (Snapdragon 865+) scored approximately 960/3050 in the single-core/multi-core test, while the Galaxy Note 20 equipped with Exynos 990 scored 885/2580.
Naija Tech News needs to point out that the Galaxy S21 is about six months away from its expected time to market. The above are just preliminary running scores and are for reference only.
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