Earlier today, Samsung detailed its Exynos 2100 mobile chipset. It is the advanced silicon that will almost certainly drive the company’s upcoming Galaxy S21 flagship in international markets. One of the highlights of the chip is its ARM-designed Mali-G78, which Samsung said will deliver 40 percent better graphics performance than its predecessor in the Exynos 990. At the same event, Samsung also delivered an update on the GPU it has been working with AMD on since 2019.
Samsung said the component will enter its next “flagship product.”
; It’s not the Exynos 2100 or Galaxy S21 that the company is expected to announce on Thursday at its first unpacked event in 2021. Based on the wording used by Samsung’s Dr Inyup Kang, the GPU is likely to come out first in the chip that follows. Exynos 2100. When we see that the chipset is announced, Samsung did not say. Frequently delicious Ice Universe suggested that we could see the new silicon already this year in Galaxy Z Fold 3. If we were to make a more secure effort, an early debut in 2022 with the Galaxy S21s successor seems more likely.