Samsung is working to bring the next iteration of its popular Galaxy S series smartphone. There are already many rumors stating the presence of the upcoming Exynos 1000 and Snapdragon 875 chipsets on its different variants. However, our folks at Sammobile have once again confirmed the presence of Exynos 1000 processor and also revealed some more details about the device.
According to a new report from our source, the Korean giant will debut the Exynos 1000 chipset along with the Galaxy S21 as the Galaxy Note 20 series launch would be too late. Moreover, there will be an under-display camera on the front side, as the new tech is nearing testing. A 108-megapixel camera or 150-megapixel Penta-camera will be available on the rear side as a primary camera. Other sensors will include a 64-megapixel telephoto,16-megapixel ultra-wide lens, a 12-megapixel depth, and a ToF sensor. It will surely set new benchmarks for the smartphone industry in the camera segment.
As far as Exynos 1000 is concerned, it will be based on the 5nm process and will use AMD’s RDNA GPU technology for improved graphics performance. It will be the first processor to feature AMD GPU enhancing the overall efficiency and performance of the device. According to a recent comparison between Adreno 650 and RDNA-Exynos GPU, the AMD’s performed much better with 181.8fps in a scenario against Adreno 650 which scored 123 fps.
The Exynos 100 is expected to debut with Galaxy S21 in the fourth quarter of this year, but before that Exynos 992 will debut. There’s a lot more unknown as of now, we expect many new leaks before the launch.