It can be said that the Exynos 2100 is a big step forward for Samsung in terms of not only performance but also practical efficiency. In the near future, specifically starting with the Exynos 2200 series expected to launch with the Galaxy S22, the Korean manufacturer will begin to integrate more AMD Radeon GPUs to bring drastic improvements in gaming performance. which is not a strong point on Exynos processors in general.
But those are the flourishes for the high-end segment, and for the low-cost smartphone market, Samsung is not having a good enough chip to make a competitive advantage against rivals that have changed a lot. in the past few years. This situation may soon change when Samsung is likely to soon launch a new line of Exynos chips with many notable highlights for low-end Galaxy phones.
As revealed by “leaker” Ice Universe, a famous expert with extremely accurate judgments about upcoming technology products, Samsung will soon launch Exynos 1280, its flagship chip in the market. affordable smartphones and tablets in the near future. However, it should be noted that despite the name Exynos 1280, this chip will not possess the same good specifications as the Exynos 1080, and is oriented towards the lower segment.
At the moment, no details on the number of cores, fabrication process, GPU or other information of the processor have been revealed. However, it is likely that the Exynos 1280 will support 5G connectivity as part of the plan to popularize high-speed mobile internet connectivity on low-cost product lines.
Unlike 2021 or the years before that, most of Samsung’s upcoming upcoming Galaxy models will use Exynos processors instead of MediaTek or Qualcomm. This is a logical move because through it, Samsung will be able to more closely control supply problems, especially in the context of a shortage of hardware components that has been happening for more than a year without any problems. signs of cooling down. In addition, having complete control over the hardware and software enhances the user experience on the product.
There are also other rumors that Samsung is developing at least two high-end Exynos processors, a mid-range chipset and a low-end chip. That’s also good because the competition in the market will be enhanced, and the beneficiaries will be the end users.