Exynos 2200 is rumored to get 200 million pre-orders

There have been rumors that the first SoC equipped with AMD RDNA 2 GPU architecture will be released in June or July, that is, Exynos 2200, but it has not yet arrived. It is reported that Exynos 2200 will use Samsung’s 4nm LPE process, but it has encountered setbacks in manufacturing, and there are also power consumption issues.

According to infostockdaily, Exynos 2200 has received 200 million pre-orders including Samsung’s IM department (IT & Mobile Communications), and it is expected to be used on the Galaxy S22 series phones launched in early 2022. However, unlike previous rumors, this SoC is manufactured using a 5nm process instead of a 4nm process. It is rumored that Exynos 2200 will be significantly improved in performance compared to the previous generation product. Obviously, the GPU of the RDNA 2 mechanism is indispensable.

Exynos 2200

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It is understood that Exynos 2200‘s GPU codenamed “Voyager”, integrates 6 CUs with a total of 384 stream processors, supports ray tracing and variable-rate shading, specifications and performance make the entire industry and consumers look forward to it. In the recently exposed GFXBenchGPU results, each project Exynos 2200 is significantly better than Apple’s A14 Bionic.

Recently Samsung also released its first 200-megapixel image sensor ISOCELL HP1, and ISOCELL GN5 equipped with a new pixel structure technology. Among them, ISOCELL HP1 is also the world’s first 200 million pixel smartphone image sensor, providing a brand-new ChameleonCell technology. The ISOCELL GN5 is a slim 50MP image sensor suitable for smartphones and the world’s first 50MP smartphone image sensor with Dual Pixel Pro autofocus technology. It is expected that sometime next year, consumers will be able to see devices equipped with these image sensors.