Samsung Exynos 2200 appeared on Geekbench

According to Twitter user @BenchLeaks, a test device called Samsung SM-S906B was found in the Geekbench benchmark database, and the AMD GPU driver has been applied. This is likely to be a product equipped with Exynos 2200, using a GPU with mRDNA architecture. In Geekbench, “Samsung Voyager EVTA1” listed in the driver section seems to confirm this. Earlier news said that “Voyager” is the codename of the GPU on Exynos 2200.

Information from Geekbench shows that the Exynos 2200 CPU has 8 cores, four of which are 1.73 GHz, three are 2.5 GHz, and one is 2.59 GHz. These frequencies are lower than Exynos 2100, which means that the test is likely to be engineering samples, rather than the final product or specification. Unfortunately, the GPU specifications cannot be displayed on the above. Earlier rumors pointed out that Exynos 2200 integrates 6 CUs with a total of 384 stream processors, with a frequency of up to 1.31GHz, and supports ray tracing and variable rate shading.

Due to the low frequency, the Exynos 2200’s single-core benchmark test score was 1072 points, and the multi-core benchmark test score was 3389 points, both lower than Exynos 2100’s 1112 points and 4073 points. It is expected that the Galaxy S22 series mobile phones equipped with Exynos 2200 will be unveiled in early 2022, which will be a competitor to the iPhone 13 series.