Exactly two days before the Galaxy S21 family reveal, Samsung is holding an Exynos-only event. called Exynos On. Notably, this is the first time Samsung is holding a dedicated event for a chip, signifying the importance of the Exynos 2100.
Samsung is trying to beat Qualcomm this year and the preliminary benchmark results suggest an outstanding performance not only in single but in multi-threaded scenarios as well.
Aside from the new architecture consisting of an ARM X1 Prime @2.91GHz core, 4x Cortex-A78 @2.81GHz cores and a cluster of 4x Cortex-A55 @2.21GHz cores, we also expect some under the hood improvements and additional features to be announced.
And as for the event itself, it will take place at 11 PM KST, January 12. It will be streamed on Samsung's official YouTube channel so we'll be able to follow it live.
The fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10/S20 is the same on both Snapdragon and Exynos. The technology is SOC-agnostic.