It is rumored that Samsung’s Exynos 2200 will be its first SoC equipped with AMD RDNA 2 architecture GPU. It will support ray tracing and variable-rate shading, and its graphics performance will be 30% faster than the Mali-G78 used in Exynos 2100. It easily beat Samsung Exynos 2100, Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, and Apple’s A14 bionic in the 3DMark Wild Life test, higher than any device running Android system, but lower than devices based on the M1 chip. It is believed that even the Snapdragon 895 that Qualcomm will launch this year, its graphics performance will be inferior.
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According to people familiar with the matter, Vivo may use Samsung Exynos 2200 to build a high-end smartphone or even the first product. And Samsung is likely to make the Exynos 2200 public for the first time this month. According to Wccftech
reports, more information about Exynos 2200 has flowed out recently. It was originally code-named “Pamir” and will be manufactured using a 4nm process, while the GPU code-named “Voyager” is a Samsung and AMD cooperation.
Compared with performance, people are generally more worried about its power consumption. It is said that there are some problems with this product that still need to be solved at this stage. Heat is one of them, which is higher than expected. Samsung is still looking for solutions to these problems in order to achieve a balance between performance and power consumption. However, Samsung seems very confident and satisfied with AMD’s architecture. It has begun to discuss the licensing and research and development of next-generation products with AMD.
It is rumored that Qualcomm Snapdragon 895, like Samsung
Exynos 2200, will be manufactured using Samsung’s 4nm process. At this stage, the production capacity of advanced processes is tight. In addition, it has been reported that the yield rate of Samsung’s 5nm process is less than 50%, and the news that the 3nm GAAFET process node has been postponed has made many people sweat about the advancement of Samsung’s advanced technology.