Although Samsung’s Exynos 2100 is a great improvement over Exynos 990, in terms of pure performance, A14 Bionic continues to maintain its leading position.

This is an ambitious plan. The rumor also claims that performance targets can be improved based on the release timeline. Now suppose that if Samsung plans to announce the new Exynos flagship SoC later, it can continue to use AMD’s expertise to optimize the power consumption and heat dissipation of the chipset.

However, the GFXBench data under the screen at the beginning of the new chip is very good, even exceeding the data of A14 Bionic. The following is an early comparison result:

Unnamed Exynos chipset under development

Manhattan 3.1-181.8FPS.

Aztec normal –138.25FPS

Aztec High School-58FPS

IPhone 12 Pro with A14 Bionic

Manhattan 3.1-146.4FPS

Aztec normal-79.8FPS

Aztec High School-30.5FPS

As shown above, the early performance of this unnamed Exynos chipset easily beat A14 Bionic. IT Home understands that this result is likely to be obtained when the SoC is running at unrealistic power, so reducing the wattage seems to be the current goal of Samsung and AMD. According to a gossip source, Samsung may announce a new flagship Exynos chipset using AMD GPUs in the first or second quarter of 2021.