Samsung unveiled its flagship Exynos 2100 single-crystal system
The platform can use up to six separate image sensors and process information from four of them simultaneously
Samsung Electronics has unveiled the Exynos 2100 single-chip system, which is manufactured using a 5nm process using deep ultraviolet (EUV) photolithography.
The Exynos 2100 offers a 20 percent reduction in power consumption and improved performance of approximately 30 percent over the previous 7-nm platform. In addition, the new SoC offers improved cache utilization. The eight-core CPU includes one powerful Arm Cortex-X1 core clocked at up to 2.9 GHz, three high-performance Cortex-A78, and four power-efficient Cortex-A55 cores that provide more than a 30 percent increase in multi-core computing power compared to its predecessor. The graphics processor supports Vulkan and OpenCL, improving graphics performance by more than 40 percent. Artificial Intelligence capabilities are also improved with a triple-core neuro processor. The Exynos 2100 can perform up to 26 trillion operations per second (TOPS) with more than twice the power efficiency of the previous generation.
The Exynos 2100’s advanced image processor (ISP) supports cameras up to 200 megapixels. The platform can use up to six separate sensors and process information from four of them simultaneously. The AI helps the device easily recognize scenes, faces, and objects to optimize camera settings for crisp, detailed images.
Maximum downlink speeds reach 5.1 Gbps on 5G less than 6 GHz and 7.35 Gbps on mmWave or 3.0 Gbps on 4G networks with 1024 quadrature amplitude modulation (1024-QAM) support.