Samsung has not officially unveiled the Exynos 2200 yet, but there are a lot of rumors about the chip. It is already official that it will be the first chip with an AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture based GPU, possibly with six compute units. Last June, it was rumored to be the most powerful mobile GPU on the market, but according to the Twitter user Tron there are difficulties.
He regularly posts very accurate details about undisclosed products and developments, and now writes that Samsung’s 4nm node has problems with yields. They would be between 20 and 30%. As a result, the Exynos 2200 would only end up in SKUs for the European and Russian market. Phones for practically all of Asia, the Middle East, Africa and also North America should have a Snapdragonsoc to get. To be precise, those phones would get the Snapdragon 898, although it is rumored that the Snapdragon will also be in the European phones. Time will tell which news will be correct.
The alleged Snapdragon 898 would also be made at 4 nanometers, although it according to the same Twitter user would be a slightly modified version of Samsung’s 5nm process that would also bear the 4nm name. The Exynos 2200 is made on a newer 4nm node that is still having issues. Higher wafer yields would not be on the horizon until January.
Source: Tron (Twitter)
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