Samsung Exynos 2200’s AMD RDNA 2 GPU Up To 50% Faster Than Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 In Geekbench

While Samsung announced the Exynos 2200 at the beginning of this week, it remains to be seen on smartphones that use the soc. Recently, some benchmarks can be found in the Geekbench database, in which the potential of Samsung’s latest smartphone chip is already demonstrated.

For example, the Xclipse 920 GPU with AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture was tested in the Vulkan and OpenCL tests, where a score of 9,029 and 9,143 points, respectively, was achieved. For reference, according to Geekbench’s database, the Adreno 730 of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (OnePlus 10 Pro) scores up to 7,502 points in Vulkan and 6,079 points in OpenCL. Depending on the precise workload, the Exynos therefore performs 20 to 50 percent better than the Qualcomm chip.


Given the low clock speed, it seems that the specifications are not being read correctly.

Although Samsung has indicated that the Exynos 2200 is currently being produced on a large scale, the South Korean manufacturer has not yet confirmed which smartphones will have the soc. It is rumored that the Galaxy S22 line will not be equipped with this chip due to production problems, although the contrary is claimed at the same time. The latest Galaxy phones are expected to be unveiled at the beginning of February, by then more information will probably come to light.

Sources: Geekbench (1), (2), Notebookcheck, The Galox_ (Twitter)


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