Exynos 2100 edges out the Snapdragon 888 in a Galaxy S21 Ultra battery test

Ro, 03 February 2021

The first Galaxy S21 Ultra comparative benchmarks suggested the Snapdragon 888 might still have the edge over Exynos 2100 when it comes to power efficiency but a new video suggests there's more to the story. The 30-minute battery test itself is separated into several stages and some of them include stress tests and performance tests.

At the end of the video, the Exynos 2100 ends up better in preserving the battery. The margin is only 2%, suggesting it will barely be perceivable in real life usage, though. Plus phone batteries sometimes drop unevenly, so the result might have been different if the test went all the way.


Reader comments

  • Chris
  • 06 Nov 2021
  • S1m

The PBK video testing the battery has a flaw. It is using a stress testing program that runs as many test cycles on the CPUs that it can. The Qualcomm may simply have become hotter and dropped battery quicker because it was able to do each test cyc...

  • Azar Musthafa
  • 30 Mar 2021
  • 7Xk

Older exynos were based on custom cores of samsung and now they are using arm core same as snapdragon...it is miles better than older exynos So if you dont like exynos..just go and buy snapdragon

  • Anonymous
  • 08 Mar 2021
  • mHe

Spot on mate!!! 🤝

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