Samsung tweeted that the chip's graphics processor is based on the RDNA 2 architecture. For those unfamiliar with this architecture, AMD unveiled the RDNA architecture with the Radeon RX 5000 series graphics card. The second generation of this architecture, except for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox S and X series, is used in the Radeon RX 6000 series graphics card. Theoretically, the Exynos 2200 GPU should have more to say than the designs provided by Arm.
As usual, a large portion of the Galaxy S22 series handsets are available with the Exynos 2200. Meanwhile, there are reports that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S22 series with the Snapdragon chipset in some areas that typically use the Exynos chipset, among which we can mention India.
Various reports have been published about the performance of this chip. But a few days ago, one of the revelators made some disappointing news about the Exynos 2200. He tweeted that the Exynos 2200 processor is only 5 percent faster than the previous generation, and its graphics processor is about 17 percent faster. Although AMD has a long history in the field of computer graphics and game consoles, this is the first time it has entered the field of mobile. Some experts believe that the first AMD GPU in the Exynos chipset will not have much to say, and the second and third generations will probably offer much better performance in this regard.
This is not the first time that Samsung has used proprietary architecture for its mobile chips. Until 2016, all Exynos processors used Arm's Cortex-A cores. But in 2016, Samsung unveiled the Exynos 8890 chipset, which was launched with its proprietary cores called Mongoose. Samsung continued to use proprietary cores for four generations of its chips, but that trend came to an end with the launch of the Exynos 9825. The processing cores of Exynos chips were very weak compared to Exynos chips, so Samsung eventually abandoned them and took advantage of the designs provided by Arm.
Now taking advantage of this experience, this time around, Samsung is likely to pay more attention to its performance for the Exynos chipset GPU. It should be noted that Snapdragon chipsets use Qualcomm's proprietary architecture for their GPU, and therefore usually perform better than their competitors. Finally, we need to see if the reports about the disappointing performance of the Exynos 2200 are true. Do you think this chip can surprise users of Samsung phones? Leave your comments with us and others in the comments section.
- Exynos chipset; History of Samsung Chips
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