This year, almost all fans scold Samsung for the qualities of the Exynos 990 SoC. It was previously believed that this year everything will get better, as Samsung will switch to reference Cortex processor cores and AMD GPUs.
Next year’s Exynos 1000 will still lose to the Snapdragon 875 SoC
According to the source, things will be a little different in the future. The insider claims that AMD GPUs will appear in Samsung SoCs only in 2022, and next year, the Exynos 1000 SoC will receive a Mali-G78 GPU. At the same time, the insider says that the new Samsung platform will still lose to the competing solution Qualcomm – Snapdragon 875 – but the gap will narrow. In addition, the Exynos 1000 supposedly will be more energy-efficient, which is also important.
Although S5E9840（or Exynos1000） performance is not the strongest, but I think the power consumption will be better.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) August 27, 2020
In general, if you believe this data, the situation with the difference between versions of one flagship should get better, but the victory of Exynos is not worth waiting for. The source in this case is the Ice Universe insider, who has repeatedly proved his credibility.
Exynos 1000 To Be 3 Times Faster Than Snapdragon 865
We all know that the South Korean manufacturer designs not only smartphones and many other devices but also makes various components. One of them is the mobile chips. But its Exynos line SoCs are not as popular as that of Qualcomm and MediaTek. Moreover, we can even say that those chips can’t be compared with Huawei’s own-made Kirin chips. But this is going to change soon. Recently, Samsung’s new processor Exynos 1000 has been leaked. Unlike other Samsung processors, this processor uses RDNA GPU technology. RDNA GPU technology was authorized by Samsung in June last year and will replace the existing Mali GPU.
Due to the use of RDNA GPU, the running score of the Exynos 1000 is very good. In Manhattan 3.1, it got a score of 181FPX. It is almost 50% higher than the Adreno 650 GPU of the Snapdragon 865. We should also take into account that this is only the smallest test item.
In the Aztec ruins (Normal) test with higher performance requirements, the Exynos 1000 ran out of 138 FPS. It is almost 2.5 times that of the Snapdragon 865. In the test of the Aztec ruins (High), the frame rate of the Exynos 1000 reached 58 FPS, which was almost 3 times that of the Snapdragon 865.
The Exynos 1000 is expected to be released at the end of this year or early next year and will use a 5nm process. Probably, we should expect for this SoC to debut with the new-gen Galaxy S series flagship.