- The latest Speed Test G-Video is about a battle between the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Snapdragon and Exynos processors.
- As you’d expect, the Snapdragon 888 clearly beats the Exynos 2100 in the end.
- However, the Exynos chip leads through to the start of GPU testing, proving that AMD could be Samsung’s rescue.
It’s no secret that Samsung fans around the world hate the fact that some countries are seeing Exynos versions of the company’s flagship phones. Here in the US, we see Snapdragon variants of pretty much every Sammy flagship, including this year’s Galaxy S21 line.
In the latest Speed Test G-Video, Gary Sims competes against the best of the best in the Android world. The battle between the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Snapdragon and Exynos helps answer the question of whether or not the Exynos 2100 can beat the Snapdragon 888.
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The simple answer is “no”: the Exynos 2100 loses easily. However, the Snapdragon 888 initially lags behind the Exynos 2100, which is likely due to the latter chip’s overclocked CPU. We only see the trace of the Exynos variant when the GPU tests begin.
You can see the full battle between Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Snapdragon and Exynos in the video above or on the Speed Test G channel. This definitely shows that Samsung can compete against Qualcomm in mobile processors. It just needs some help with the GPU. And hey, that’s probably what the AMD deal is about. So expect future Exynos chips to meet Qualcomm’s performance – maybe even exceed it.