Currently, a Samsung model called SM-G966B has been exposed at Geekbench 5, and foreign media reports say it is likely to be Samsung Galaxy S21+. However, instead of running an Exynos 1000 processor as previously reported, the phone will run an Exynos 2100 processor.
The Geekbench 5 has a score of 1,038 for a single core and 3,060 for multiple cores. According to the running score published by Geekbench, the single-core performance of snapdragon 865 of Samsung Galaxy S21+ is much better than that of Snapdragon 865 of Samsung Galaxy S20+. The multi-core performance is basically the same, but compared with the Exynos 990, both the single-core and dual-core performance are significantly improved.
According to reports, Exynos 2100 adopts a 5nm process with 1* 2.91ghz super-large core +3* 2.81ghz large core +4* 2.21ghz middle core, and is equipped with Mali-G78 GPU. Notably, the phone’s MODEL SM-G966B means it is likely to be a European version of Samsung’s S21+, with other processors likely to be available elsewhere.