Qualcomm claims that its new chip offers 20 percent faster CPU capabilities and 30 percent better graphics when compared to the Snapdragon 888. Although the Exynos 2200 is expected to have the same core architecture as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 which will fuel the American variants of the Galaxy S22, it may lag behind in performance.
Samsung has set a date for the unveiling of its Exynos 2200 chip, which will most likely power the Galaxy S22 series. For quite some time, Samsung and AMD have been working on a GPU, which will be included in the South Korean company’s next flagship SoC. The GPU will be known as the Xclipse 920, according to a fresh rumour. The RDNA 2-powered processor will be launched on January 11, which is also when the Galaxy S21 FE is expected to go on sale, according to the Samsung. Samsung has been continually improving its semiconductor capabilities. It embraced Arm’s CPU designs last year, and now the graphics will be handled by an AMD-made GPU. Whether or if the new Exynos chip will be successful.
Per a recent leak, Samsung’s new SoC will offer a 5 percent improvement in CPU performance and a 17 percent increase in graphics when compared to the Exynos 2100 that powers the Galaxy S21 range. That’s not necessarily a cause for concern, because the same leak says that artificial intelligence performance will improve by a staggering 117 percent. Although today’s premium phones are plenty fast already, we are still curious to see how the Exynos 2200 will stack up against the flagship chips that power the top phones of 2021. Samsung will allegedly announce the Galaxy S22 series in February.