Galaxy S22 Ultra users with Exynos processor seem to be struggling with problems, one of which is related to GPS connectivity. According to the latest and most up-to-date news, some Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones with Exynos processor have lost their GPS connection in applications such as Google Maps and Wise and users can not use them. Fortunately, Samsung has confirmed this and promised the users of these phones that this problem will be solved soon by providing an update.
We should note that over the past few weeks, many users who use the phone The Galaxy S22 Ultra with Exynos processor was complaining about this problem until it reached Samsung and one of its executives confirmed the problem. He did not elaborate on the cause of the problem, but said that the company would soon fix the GPS problem of these smartphones by providing an update.
Earlier in the news, it was mentioned that some users of the Galaxy S22 Ultra reported a strange problem with the display of this phone. According to these users, when they are watching a movie or video on their phone, a series of pixel lines appear horizontally on a part of the screen. The interesting thing is that in all the published images of the users, these lines appear in one part (left) of the screen, and this problem has disappointed many users of these phones.
It seems that the source of this bug Also, there is a software problem that can be fixed by setting the display settings to Vivid mode. users can also request another phone from Samsung, as the company has no problem replacing its defective smartphones and should investigate whether the source of the problem is hardware or software. It should be noted that the Korean tech giant is aware of this problem and is trying to fix it as soon as possible.
Another point is that the problem is related to the Exynos 2200 processor, because all users who This problem has been reported with the Exynos version of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, and so far no bug has been reported on the version with the 1st generation Snapdragon 8 processor of this phone. So it seems that the Exynos 2200 GPU, Xclipse 920, is the source of this display bug. There has been a lot of talk about the problems and fringes of this processor, which is disappointing news for the Korean technology giant. Samsung, meanwhile, performed relatively well last year. Although the Exynos 2100 was a processor that heats up under heavy pressure, it had a tremendous improvement over the Exynos 990, which was practically a weak processor. However, the Korean company performed so badly with the Exynos 990 that it is unlikely that people will regain confidence in the chips of this series in a few years.
Samsung Exynos 2200 has a lot of margins, mainly due to its graphics processor, which is a joint product of Samsung and AMD. This chipset is manufactured with 4-nanometer manufacturing technology and its processing cores are based on Armv9 architecture. Given the tracking technology (Ray Tracing) and variable shading rate (VRS) used in this chip, it is expected to have significant performance compared to its predecessor.
TechAltar analyst has disappointed fans of the chip. According to this analyst, the Exynos 2200 GPU is slightly faster than its predecessor and is not much different from its predecessor. According to information released by Techaltar (via WCCFTECH), Samsung's eight-core processor is only 5% faster than the Exynos 2100. Obviously, such a result was not expected by any user.