Earlier today, Samsung detailed its Exynos 2100 mobile chipset. It is the premium silicon that will almost certainly power the future of the company Galaxy S21 flagship in international markets. One of the highlights of the chip is its ARM-designed Mali-G78, which Samsung says will deliver 40% better graphics performance than its predecessor in the Exynos 990. At the same event, Samsung also provided an update on the GPU it is working on. with AMD since 2019.
Samsung said this component will find its way into its next “flagship”. This isn’t the Exynos 2100 or the Galaxy S21, which the company is expected to announce when it premieres on Thursday. 2021 unboxed event. Based on the wording used by Samsung’s Dr Inyup Kang, the GPU is likely to make its first appearance in the successor chip to the Exynos 2100. When we see this chipset announced, Samsung hasn’t said it. Frequent Leak Ice Universe suggested we could see the new silicon as early as later this year in the Galaxy Z Fold 3. If we had to make a safer bet, an early 2022 start with the Galaxy S21 successor seems more likely.