- Samsung is reportedly developing an Exynos chip that will power Windows 10 computers, just like Apple’s M1 ARM chip that runs on the newest MacBook Air, Pro, and Mac mini.
- Samsung has announced the Exynos 2100 system-on-chip (SoC) for the Galaxy S21 and other mobile devices.
- It’s unclear what sort of specs and performance the unnamed Exynos platform for PC will offer, but Samsung seems to be copying Apple’s moves yet again.
It’s 2021, and Samsung is still copying Apple’s moves with its various products, especially on the mobile side of things. It’s not like the Korean giant can’t or won’t go first whenever it feels it’s ready to usher in new technology not available from Apple. Still, Samsung keeps waiting for Apple to take big risks before replicating those Apple’s moves. The newly launched Galaxy S21 series is the best example of Samsung following Apple. The phone comes without the usual free charger and earphones just a few months after Apple did the same thing with the iPhone — back then, Samsung mocked Apple in usual fashion. The Samsung SmartTags were launched at the same event, Tile-like devices for locating products, and the kind of gadget you wouldn’t have necessarily expected from Samsung or Apple. Many will say Samsung launched the SmartTags before Apple announced the AirTags. But the AirTags have been widely featured in Apple rumors, giving Samsung plenty of time to catch up. Samsung isn’t done replicating Apple’s moves, and the next product it targets is the Apple M1 chip.
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