We all know, Mobile is a package of different components from different companies. Among that Processor is an essential and high-cost component. Since Processors can’t be produced and assembled like mobiles, few companies can make processors. Currently, Qualcomm and MediaTek are the leading processor manufacturers. Even though other companies like Huawei or Samsung exist, They don’t produce that many numbers and limit their own devices. Compared with Qualcomm, all other Processors are down in GPU performance. Each year, Samsung always uses Exynos for its International and some region mobiles. Exynos 2200 is a flagship-level processor; they will use it in 2022 mobiles. Even though there are some rumors about the Processor, Samsung is officially planning to unveil Exynos 2200 with the new AMD RDNA GPU Officially on January 11, 2022.
Samsung Exynos 2200 processor release date Announcement
The Exynos 2200 will be arriving earlier than anticipated. The new flagship chipset with AMD graphics will launch on January 11. This will be the week following CES 2022, and also, the announcement date is a match with the Galaxy S21 FE launch.
The date was confirmed by Samsung Semiconductor’s Twitter handle, which has the tag #PlayTimeIsOver. They will use the new chipset in the soon-to-be-released Samsung Galaxy S22; however, it is not clear that the flagship handset will include Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 under the hood.
— Samsung Semiconductor (@SamsungDSGlobal) December 30, 2021
Samsung Exynos 2200 processor Specifications and Details
As the successor to the 2021 Exynos 2100, the upcoming Exynos 2200 may power some of the new smartphones from Samsung and handsets that are part of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series. This may be the case in countries like India, where Samsung is a significant player. The Korean giant has previously introduced devices that use its chipsets while using Qualcomm models within Europe, the United States, and Europe.
Of course, it is indeed true that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will utilize the old Snapdragon 8 series or Exynos 2100 chipsets based on the current market (more details below). This latest chip will be reserved for the forthcoming Galaxy S22 series, released in February.
Its RDNA 2 GPU will be the star of the chip. The technology is also used in AMD’s RX 6000-series GPUs. It also has custom chips used in Xbox, PlayStation consoles, and the forthcoming Valve Steam Deck.
There aren’t many details about the chipset, but previous reports suggest that Exynos 2200 might include 1xARM Cortex-X2 processor core, 3xARM Coretex-A710 CPU cores, and well as 4x ARM Cortex-A510 core CPUs. It will likely include 5G connectivity and other modern connectivity options such as Wi-Fi 6E. It is possible to look at Exynos 2200 that has an integrated NPU ISP and, at the very least, a camera sensor with 200MP resolution that supports 4K, 120fps video recording capabilities.
The article also mentions that the hardware support for the ray tracer is the first for mobile phone technology. But, we’ll need to wait and watch what happens when gaming companies use it to better use. Since all the flagship SoCs run on the Android framework are running identical ARM cores used in its base processor, it appears like Samsung intends to move its processors to game.
Support for hardware Ray Tracing is a first for mobile devices, so it will be fascinating to observe how the gaming industry will work. Gaming appears to be the primary focus of this chipset since the flagship chips in Android will utilize the same hardware for CPUs (ARM’s newly developed cores).
Samsung Exynos 2200 may suppress the current Snapdragon GPU. If they fail in that, it will disappoint the users again. Most Samsung users are unhappy with the existing Exynos Processors and use Snapdragon instead. Also, Samsung always uses mixed processors in the flagship level mobiles. Since companies like Google begin to produce their processors, As a leading company in the sector, Samsung should prove their potential with Exynos 2200 on the announcement. What did you think about the new Exynos 2200 processor? Share your thoughts below.
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