Samsung silently delays release of Exynos 2200 system chip with RDNA2 graphics chip

Samsung was due to announce its district on Jan. 11, but the release was canceled without clear notice until a day later, the company said the district is still coming again.

Samsung was expected yesterday, January 11, to release its new Exynos 2200 flagship system chip, which uses AMD’s RDNA2 architecture. However, the event never happened. Samsung also didn’t officially cancel it, but the post that revealed the date on Twitter was just removed in complete silence.

Samsung itself made no statement on the matter yesterday, with only speculation on the internet. Under the name Ice universe A well-known leak on Twitter yesterday released the release of Samsung’s delayed Exynos 2200 and also Dohyun Kim on Twitter in turn, speculates that the Exynos 2200 has been canceled for the upcoming Galaxy S22 lineup, with phones coming to sale worldwide on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon circuits.

Today, however, Samsung ended its silence and issued a statement to Business Korea. According to Samsung, the system chip will be released together with Samsung’s new smartphone and there will be no problems in manufacturing the chip. Samsung has estimated the schedule to be the end of January or the beginning of February along with the Galaxy S22 range. In its statement, Samsung also advertises that the upcoming chip will fix the problems with the Exynos 2100 and improve the company’s competitiveness, especially in the field of mobile gaming, with its RDNA2 graphics driver.

Sources: Ars Technica, Business Korea, Ice Universe @ Twitter, Dohyun Kim @ Twitter


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