Just few hours back Samsung revealed the all new Galaxy S21 series smartphones which we have been waiting for quite a bit of time now. Though we do have accurate rumours this time around as far as the design of smartphones is concerned. Also it is worth noting that all the smartphones of the S21 series will be 5G compatible (both mmWave and sub 6GHz technologies). As usual the Non US version of Galaxy S21 will feature the all new Exynos series chipset that is Exynos 2100 and the US version will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888. Like the previous Galaxy S20 series the performance difference between the US and Non US version this time around is insignificant. Instead if we believe the rumours around the performance of Exynos 2100, it seems to be beating the SD 888 in variety of benchmarks. But take this information with a grain of salt as the performance of Exynos 2100 is yet to be benchmarked by independent sources.
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With the reveal of Exynos 2100 and its rumoured ground breaking improvements over the past generation is all well and good. Market is happy and consumers also. But there is one department where Qualcomm still holds the performance crown over Samsung’s Exynos and that is the Graphics department. Qualcomm’s Adreno series GPU always beat their ARM MALI counterparts. In simple worlds Qualcomm’s GPU’s are superior to Exynos one and hence offer more performance while running games.
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Are you one of those Samsung smartphone fans who are angry with the company that they are not launching their flagship smartphones in Non-US countries with Qualcomm chipsets? Well there is no need to get angry anymore as we might be seeing the flipping of performance crowns between Samsung and Qualcomm once Samsung launches the Exynos 2100 series of SOC’s. It is expected to compete directly with the latest flagship chipset from Qualcomm that is Snapdragon 888 and happens to beat it in variety of scenarios as per the various rumours.
We now finally have the details of the Exynos 2100 SOC from Samsung itself as they are just 1 day away from launching their next flagship series that is Galaxy S21. The first point which we need to take care while discussing about the Exynos 2100 is that it offers a big improvement over the previous flagship Exynos chipset that is 990 (and its upgraded version featuring in Note 20 series). Some of the highlighted points about 2100 SOC are explained below.
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Sony PS5 is a latest generation console with superb hardware and software which makes it a worthwhile improvement over the last generation PS4 console. Though the availability is still one of the biggest issue plaguing both Microsoft and Sony. But nevertheless it does not dampen the excitement around the specs of this brand new console.
The Sony PS5 comes with enhanced 3D audio technology called as ‘Tempest Engine’. Tempest Engine is one of the many improvements done by Sony in PS5. In a simple explanation, it is nothing but a hardware level enhancement for audio in the console which improves the quality of 3D audio.
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Next generation consoles from Sony that is PlayStation 5 is finally up for pre order in India after a long period of wait due to various circumstances such as the trademark of PS5 done by some random firm which was challenged by Sony few months back. But now it seems most these hurdles are clear and PS5 is finally launching in India. Various ecommerce websites such as Amazon, Flipkart are accepting the pre orders for PS5 at a price tag of Rs. 49,990.
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