After Apple officially announced the new generation of A15 mobile processors at Apple’s fall conference a few days ago, the competition for mobile processors will hit the non-Apple field. Including Qualcomm’s new generation Snapdragon series processors, MediaTek’s latest Dimensity series processors, and Samsung’s next-generation Exynos series processors are attracting attention. Samsung’s next-generation Exynos series processors are currently expected to be the first to be released due to the GPU core developed in cooperation with AMD, and their performance status has attracted attention. Recently, Samsung further noted in its related publicity papers that the new Exynos series processors will support ray tracing, which makes the products have yet to be unveiled, so fans are redoubling in anticipation.
According to a foreign media report “wccftech”, Samsung’s new generation of mobile processor model will be designated as Exynos 2200, which will be equipped with the RDNA 2 architecture GPU core, codenamed Voyager, developed in cooperation with AMD. In addition to the Exynos 2200, the GPU core of this architecture includes AMD’s own RX 6000 GPU, as well as the custom GPUs in the next-generation PS5 and Xbox Series X game consoles. And this RDNA 2 architecture GPU core It contains 6 computing units, a total of 384 accelerated processors, which can provide support for ray tracing.
The report also stated that Exynos 2200 is equipped with RDNA 2 architecture GPU core, the core part of the CPU is based on the 8-core design, including the core design that is expected to have 1 super Cortex-core. X1, 3 Core Cortex-A78, 4 One Core Cortex-A55 performance. The entire processor will be built with Samsung’s 5nm LPE process technology. Based on the evaluation of this data, Exynos 2200 is expected to have more advantages over the next generation of Qualcomm Snapdragon series mobile processors in game operation.
According to previous media reports, when the Exynos 2200 was tested with the GFXBench running software, the average 1080P Manhattan 3.1 frame rate was 170.7 fps. Regardless of Qualcomm’s current Snapdragon 888 series or Apple’s previous generation A14 Bionic, the average 1080P Manhattan 3.1 frame rate dropped. At 120 fps. As for the Aztec Ruins test, the Samsung Exynos 2200 scores are also significantly better than the Apple A14 Bionic. Currently, Samsung hopes to bring the Exynos 2200 processor in its Galaxy S22 smartphones and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tablets. In addition, it has also been reported that Samsung expects to use the RDNA 2 architecture GPU core for the processors of the Galaxy A series of mid-range smartphones. However, we must wait for more information on this.
(Source of the first image: provided by Samsung)
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