It shines like the constellation of Orion. The new Samsung smashes the Snapdragon 865+ to the ground!

Samsung Orion is a new smartphone from the Korean manufacturer with the Exynos 1080 chip. It has been tested in AnTuTu and it fares brilliantly – much better than the Snapdragon 865+. Next year’s Samsung averages will be impressive – or is it the Galaxy S21?

A Samsung smartphone that easily beats the flagships with Snapdragon 865+? Such things did not happen in 2020, and this time we are not even talking about the flagship. Samsung Orion swept the floor this year rekordami AnTuTu.

A mysterious Samsung model, coded with its name Orion, has been tested in AnTuTu. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Korean manufacturer was pleased with this leak. The top systems of 2020 – to put it mildly – were not successful. This time it is different, because the Exynos 1080 simply crushed a competitor to the ground, and it will not be the most powerful Samsung processor next year!

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AnTuTu reveals a score of 693,000 points, the smartphone also has 8 GB RAM and works on Android 11. The GPU performance is especially impressive – it makes the whole thing so impressive.

The mysterious Samsung Orion conquers the AnTuTu ranking

This is where the problem arises. The mysterious Samsung Orion has as much as 512 GB of memory for user data, which rather eliminates the possibility of belonging to the middle price shelf. The same can be said about UFS 3.1 memory. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S21 was supposed to be powered by the Exynos 2100, not the 1080. What could that mean?

Exynos 1080 is an outstanding chip for 2021

The first option is that Samsung will generously have space for data in 2021 and more than half a terabyte will go to the average. The second is a benchmark error. Both are rather unlikely. The third possibility is a Samsung Galaxy S21 with a different processor than S21 Ultra. It sounds crazy, but he has mentioned this option before IceUniverse.

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