Samsung will introduce Exynos with RDNA 2 in the coming weeks

It’s been two years since I brought you the news that Samsung has licensed RDNA graphics from AMD and plans to implement it in the next generation of mobile SoCs. Less than a year later, the first performance data appeared that put this graphic significantly higher than the then high-end android, the GPU in Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. This January, it was confirmed that the second-generation RDNA we know from desktop and mobile was licensed. Radeon RX 6000, Playstation 5 game console, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and the new generation of Tesla cars.

According to VideoCardz, Samsung originally planned to launch the new SoC Exynos with RDNA 2 in June, but at the end of January we brought you the news that it was supposed to be the turn of the second / third quarter, so I do not dare to call the postponement in July within the defined time period does not fall any less than June).

Diagram of the new generation S-AMD-SUNG Exynos

Interestingly, no closer and more specific SoC parameters are known. Therefore, we can only estimate that it will be a product produced by Samsung’s 5nm process (if not exactly the version that Samsung should rename to 4nm), so in terms of energy efficiency it could be another shift compared to the 7nm version available for PC.

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