by Ray Kyle De Castro | September 13, 2021 4:08 pm
It is heavily rumored that Samsung will be equipping Samsung Exynos 2200, rumored to have RDNA2 graphics with collaboration with AMD, to its flagship devices next year, presumably the Samsung Galaxy S22. Though a new report suggests that Samsung will switch things around for this series.
According to the source, Samsung will be having the Qualcomm platform more available to the market, assumed to launch in more markets than the Exynos variant. This is however, not the case where the Exynos chip is not on par with Qualcomm’s solution. The cause is said to be a very low yield in chip production with the chip shortage in play with the custom RDNA2 graphics is in factor. Over the past few years, Samsung has always prominently showcased its Exynos chip all over its majority of its markets.
Benchmarks of this alleged chip has showed promise. From what we know so far, the graphics performance rivals the Apple A14 Bionic which is regarded to be one of the fastest chip to date. This is thanks to Samsung’s shift to AMD’s RDNA2 architecture from the standard ARM Mali GPU solution.
As per the launch of the next flagship devices, you might have to wait until early to mid 2022 along with the other wave of flagship devices with Qualcomm’s new chip.
Source URL: https://www.thetechnoclast.com/2021/09/13/you-might-be-getting-a-qualcomm-samsung-flagship-next-year/
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