Galaxy S22: Exynos 2200 with AMD GPU, and what does NVIDIA do?

Galaxy S22, the next family of top-of-the-range smartphones arriving early 2022, is expected to include the new one SoC Exynos 2200 with the GPU edited directly by AMD.

The new chipset will be based on a 4 nm. A slight improvement from this point of view, it being understood that the current Exynos 2100 was designed a 5 nm.

Exynos 2200

Apart from the production process, it must be said that the Korean company has big plans for the next Exynos 2200. In addition to collaboration with AMD, there will be a whole host of new technology applied to the new SoC like that GAAFET which, explained in simple words, will help overcome the performance limits that will gradually come to light when the lowest level of the production process is reached.

Ice Universe, a well-known leaker who is always well informed about Samsung’s events, wrote on Twitter that the GPU that AMD has developed for the powerful mobile chip will be codenamed Voyager and that its distinctive feature will be the RDNA graphics technology 2 which will make the graphic environment even more performing.

Galaxy S22 will be the first smartphone with a SoC power by AMD but, during the course of 2022, more will arrive. Furthermore Exynos 2200 it could be the first of a long series, with a partnership with the American producer that could be lasting.

E NVIDIA what does it do? Does the competition intend to partner with other brands that use Android? For now, the Santa Clara video card giant does not seem to be interested in following the path taken by its competitor. But never say never because the issue of collaborations in the world of smartphones is increasingly fashionable.


Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.

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