Exynos 2100 5G VS vs snapdragon 888

Exynos 2100 5G VS vs snapdragon 888


Exynos 2100 


Exynos 2100 5G VS vs snapdragon 888



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Last year was extremely difficult for everyone, but we are optimistic at this moment. Just think about how fast we developed vaccines. I think it is an amazing human triumph. So does the Exynos team. It makes me think of a young bird, trying hard to break free and fly. That's the spirit of our team, and very proud of our achievements. So today, we are back with brand new, game-changing technologies. And here it is The all-new Exynos 2100. Hello everyone. Thanks for being with us today. Exynos is already the heart and soul of billions of mobile devices around the world, and the Exynos 2100 makes it even better. It's our first flagship processor based on the 5nm EUV process. It uses an incredibly advanced fine node technology, for exceptional performance, and efficient power consumption. And critically, we moved to a 5nm process. Compared with 7nm processors, 5nm gives you up to a 10% increase in performance, and approximately 20% less power consumption. Let's take a closer look! The Exynos 2100 is built around eight powerful cores with a tri-cluster CPU architecture, including Arm's powerful Cortex-X1 core running at 2.9GHz, three high-performance Cortex-A78 cores, and four power-efficient A55 cores.The powerful Cortex-X1 core is customized for Exynos through the Cortex-X Custom program in close collaboration with Arm. And for faster and more efficient operation, we enhanced many of the key elements inside the chip, offering better cache memory, a stronger scheduler, and more efficient voltage control. The result is more than 30% better performance than its predecessor. The GPU is also an important part of this story today. As consumers increasingly turn to their devices for videos, games, and even AI, the industry is pushing ahead with more powerful graphics engines. So, the Exynos 2100 integrates Arm's advanced graphic engine - the Mali-G78. It has fourteen incredibly powerful graphics engines, offering more than a 40% boost in performance. All GPU cores are optimized to enable a smoother, truly stunning, and seamless graphics experience. And we want to make sure our users can enjoy that powerful graphics performance for as long as possible. So we developed a solution for reducing power consumption. We call it AMIGO short for Advanced Multi-IP Governor. It helps your battery keep up during intense graphics operations like 3D gaming, or 4K and 8K videos. Bottom line, the Exynos 2100 is our most powerful processor to-date, built from the ground up to deliver the ultimate mobile computing experience to consumers. It strikes the perfect balance between three key pillars: A powerful CPU. A blazing fast GPU. An ultra-efficient power consumption. Now, let's take a look ahead at how it impacts AI and multi-media. And for that, here's my colleague Sukhwan Lim. Thanks, Joonseok. AI has endless power to transform our daily lives, and revolutionize our industry landscape. Samsung Exynos processors lead the way for on-device AI. We optimized speed and power efficiency, delivering the cutting-edge performance needed to maximize on-device AI processing power. When we first introduced the NPU on our Exynos processor in 2018, it operated at 1.9 Tera Operations per Second. Just one year later, we increased that to 15, dramatically boosting AI performance. And by upgrading the design and performance of NPUs and DSPs, Exynos 2100 can deliver AI speeds of up to 26 TOPS. It integrates three powerful NPU cores and more than triples the number of frames per second. But we also know that more performance means more power consumption. So we made some careful architectural choices, including a feature-map compressor, to increase the power efficiency by a factor of two. This powerful and efficient AI engine delivers game-changing performance for functions that users can benefit from every day. And the first one that comes to mind is the camera. Whenever a new smartphone comes out, consumers focus on the camera. So we built the Exynos 2100 with an enhanced NPU and ISP. The ISP integrates advanced algorithms and improves picture quality even further, elevating everyday photography to a pro-level experience. The advanced ISP also supports cameras up to 200 megapixels and connects up to 6 individual image sensors for multi-camera setups. At the moment when you point and shoot, the ISP works to understand the scene. It also recognizes and classifies objects like faces, hair, sky, trees, and flowers. That helps the Exynos 2100 to optimize the color, white balance, sharpness, noise, exposure, and even dynamic range. We also enhanced the video experience with our specialized multi-frame processing engine. And we added an advanced multi-format codec that supports 4K recording at 120 frames per second and 8K playback at 60 frames per second. We're also the first in the industry to incorporate the AV1 decoder for 8K resolution video. And with enhanced low power processing, you can enjoy 4K and 8K videos longer than ever before. Now one of the mobile technologies that make a big difference for all of these things is super-fast data speeds. And that means 5G. Let me turn the stage over to my colleague, Olivia Kim. she will tell you how we've prepared for the 5G era with the Exynos 2100. Thanks, Seokwhan. The 5G revolution is right in front of us, and it's going to be amazing. With hyper-speed connectivity, brings to life so many amazing services: from true autonomous driving to billions of IoT sensors, VR, and so much more. At Samsung, we're addressing this by staying at the cutting edge. Each new Exynos generation incorporates truly advanced connectivity. We released the world's first commercial LTE modem in 2009 and, in 2018, we implemented OTA 5G NR data calls, and later introduced the company's first 5G modem chip with 6Gbps data speeds. 2021 will see the second phase of commercial 5G services beginning in more markets around the world, with the increased availability of millimeter-wave services. We'll also see a wider range of 5G devices, with broader feature sets, and we need to be ready with a wider selection of 5G chipsets. And that's where the Exynos 2100 comes in. It is Samsung's first top-tier 5G-integrated mobile processor built for premium smartphones. It integrates the AP and 5G into a single chip, saving space, cutting costs, and reducing power consumption. It also supports both sub-6GHz and the mmWave spectrum. The result is blazing fast downloads of up to 7.35Gbps in mmWave and up to 5.1Gbps in sub-6GHz. Now, before we close, I do want to say a few words about device security, because we know that our smartphones have become more vulnerable. Think about all those financial transactions we do. Our phones even hold our biometric info, and all that data should be tightly protected. So since the release of Android 9, hardware-backed security has become a requirement, with the need to offer a StrongBox Key master. We have integrated security into the hardware since Exynos 990, and the new Exynos 2100's embedded Secure Element makes it even stronger. So that's it for our product introduction. Before we say goodbye,

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