The new mobile chip from Samsung will incorporate RDNA 2 graphics and will offer virtually console-quality graphics accordingly. Of course, it has lower performance, but again, lower resolution is enough for mobile games.
The chip itself is based on 4nm EUV technology, offering 8 cores, where one is a large Cortex X2, three smaller Cortex A710 and four additional smallest Cortex A510. The GPU is called Xclipse and is just the first of the incoming graphics in Samsung processors. AI cores are also added in the upgraded NPU, which has twice the performance. Other features include a 5G modem with 10Gbps speed.
It will support the quality of photos at 200MP, while 108MP can capture images at 30 fps and 8K videos at 30 fps, 4K at 120 fps. It can process images from two 64MP and 36MP cameras at once. It supports 4K display at 120fps, 1440p at 144Hz.
We will see if the chip will be straight in the new Galaxy S22 mobile phones, which we should see on February 8th.
Source: Sector.sk by www.sector.sk.
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