According to Samsung’s practice in the past, the Galaxy S and Note series flagship phones sold in different markets will use Qualcomm Snapdragon or Samsung Exynos processors. The performance of the two processors is not far from the same, but in recent years, the forecast has gradually expanded. Users of the European version of the Exynos processor are dissatisfied, and even initiated an online joint sign to protest Samsung’s unfair arrangements.
According to data released earlier, Samsung will continue to use Snapdragon 888 in South Korea, the United States, China, and Hong Kong for the Galaxy S21 series flagship machine released in January next year, while markets such as Europe and India will use Exynos 2100 processors. European users who plan to change their phones may be concerned about the performance of Exynos 2100, and the results of its GeekBench running points have been circulated on the Internet.
The well-known whistleblower @IceUniverse published the Exynos 2100 three-time running scores on Twitter. The results showed that the average single-core and multi-core scores were 1,100 and 3,818 respectively. Compare the results of Exynos 2100 with the Snapdragon 888 running scores announced by Qualcomm earlier. The performance is negative, but Exynos is better with multi-core scores.