Samsung starts the year 2021 with the Exynos 2100 found on the Galaxy S21 series. Strong performance, cool operation, ready to welcome the trend, elevate the user experience in the future.
Samsung is taking new strides in the development of mobile processor platforms. The Exynos 2100 is more than just an integrated SoC in the highest end smartphones on the market. It could be the start of a new year 2021 with a strong source of performance and also (possibly) the end of the Mali GPU because Samsung is working closely with AMD to create a new era. Regardless of the outcome, we need to confirm that this year’s Galaxy S21 series and especially S21 Ultra are really powerful enough to bring perfect experiences of performance including gaming, entertainment, and entertainment. work and edit high resolution videos.
The Exynos 2100 marked the removal of Samsung’s signature Mongoose kernel in favor of ARM’s Cortex. This gives better performance and the architecture is different. Accordingly, Exynos 2100 will have 8 cores including 1 Cortex X1 core clocked at 2.9GHz, 3 cores Cortex A78 clocked at 2.8GHz and 4 cores Cortex A55 clocked at 2.4GHz. Except for the Cortex X1 which is slightly better than the Snapdragon 888, all the other cores have a 15% and 20% higher clock speed, respectively. The difference of the processor from Samsung is that it uses the ARM Mali-G78 14-core GPU instead of the Adreno 660 on Qualcomm’s SoC. Mali GPU is a bit “drowned” a bit more than Adreno, but overall, the processing ability is still at the range of no applications, games can make it difficult.
In terms of benchmarks, the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G scores 1100 for single-core performance and 3700 points for multi-core performance on the popular GeekBench app. Meanwhile, in the 3DMark GPU test, the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G scored an impressive 7761, much higher than the Exynos 990 last year. The overall score on Antutu is 645,442, relatively high. Of course, the number does not say too much, the actual user experience is important.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G sold in Vietnam in addition to the Exynos 2100 processor also comes with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of high-speed read and write memory, QHD + screen support 120Hz refresh rate and 5000mAh battery. During the field test, Samsung’s most advanced smartphone offers a smooth experience, good multitasking thanks to high performance, plenty of RAM and high read and write speed. The phenomenon of stalling, lagging or crashing when used, is understandable when Samsung’s One UI has recently been at the highest level of completion.
In terms of gaming experience, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G can play well with today’s outstanding games. With League of Legends: War speed, at an extremely high level of graphics, maximum frame rate up to 60fps and continuous maintenance from 56-60fps, the phenomenon of frame drops in combat is obvious. Similar results appear on MOBA titles similar to Mobile Legends: Bang Bang VNG or Lien Quan Mobile.
A very heavy game Genshin Impact, Exynos 2100 processor really shows impressive performance with the highest graphics, no “all” what to turn on, maximum frame rate is 60fps, average 57fps , sometimes there are a few fps locations drop down to 52. For first-person shooters and Battle Royale games like PUBG Mobile also stable fps at good settings, similar to Call of Duty.
With the above results, do you still think which titles can make it difficult for the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G? Are you sure. During the test, the device heats up a bit, especially in the camera part, but comfortable. PUBG Mobile is hotter than the rest of the games. In addition, the 5000mAh battery also provides a long battery life for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, continuous gaming with fast charging for an uninterrupted experience.
If you need a high-end device perfect for gaming, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is the name you should consider before and after the Lunar New Year. Certainly Samsung products will not disappoint you!