Samsung, which has launched new flagships in the past weeks, has adopted different chipsets in this year’s phones as every year. As you know, two different flagship chipsets are included in the Galaxy S21 Ultra model. One of them is Snapdragon 888 developed by Qualcomm, while the other is Samsung’s self-developed Exynos 2100 chipset. There are of course some differences between the two. But one of them is better than the other …
A team called SpeedTeest G, which performs performance tests of our smartphones within the scope of chipsets, recently uploaded a comparison video of the S21 Ultra to their YouTube account.
Generally, users are not happy with the new generation Samsung phones equipped with the Exynos chip. Because the Exynos 990, one of Samsung’s previous chipsets, lagged behind Qualcomm in terms of performance, and received reactions from many people. However, the size of the work has changed a lot in the chipset used in the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
As Samsung promised before, the Exynos 2100 chipset used in the S21 Ultra came with features that are strong enough to be compared to the Snapdragon 888. Here, on the channel called SpeedTest G, he posted a comparison of these fighting chipsets. So who won?
Before the Exynos 2100 was released, some people stated that this chipset would have a greater advantage. SpeedTest G was able to prove this claim in a test it conducted today. However, in in-depth testing, the Snapdragon 888 got the full advantage.
As you can see in the table above, although the Exynos 2100 managed to surpass the Snapdragon 888 in CPU benchmark tests, in the “hybrid” tests that reveal the GPU powers, the wheel turned to the Snapdragon 888. In this test, Exynos 2100 lost to Snapdragon 888.
In general terms, both chipsets have similar features to each other. However, the architecture used in the Snapdragon 888 managed to beat the Exnos 2100 in the toughest test. Don’t let this cool you down from the Exynos processor, though. Because when we compare it with Samsung’s older chipsets, we have seen that this chipset also comes with very advanced features. So on a S21 series phone, we advise you not to plug in the chipset.