The Exynos 2200 chipset that Samsung will use in the Galaxy S22 will perform faster than its rival Snapdragon 895.
This year, Samsung will make a big breakthrough on the chipset side. Collaborating with AMD, Samsung was said to be preparing to set fire to the Exynos 2200 chipset. In fact, in the 3DMark Wild Life GPU test, it was revealed that the new chipset surpassed its predecessor and Snapdragon 888 by far. Today, claims have been made that the new beast has surpassed Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 895.
Exynos 2200 will be unrivaled in graphics performance
Chinese sources state that Exynos 2200 is ahead of Snapdragon 895 in terms of CPU and graphics performance. It is also claimed that the Exynos 2200 will be faster than the Apple A15 in the graphics test. However, Apple also underlines that the CPU of the A15 will be faster than the Exynos.
According to the reports; Snapdragon 895 will use 1 +3+2+2 quad-cluster architecture. The single-chip system will have a Cortex-X2-based Kryo 780 super-core and Cortex-710-based Kryo 780 cores. As high and low frequency Cortex-510 based and energy efficient Kryo 780 cores.
According to the preliminary test results in GeekBench 5, the single-threaded speed of Snapdragon 895 will be about 10 percent faster than Snapdragon 888. Also, Snapdragon 985 scores about 20 percent faster than Snapdragon 888 in AnTuTu score.
As you know, Samsung uses two different chipsets in the Galaxy series. If the difference is as much as it is said, Samsung can only choose Exynos. However, it should be noted that there is no clear information about this subject yet.
It is obvious that there will be a big leap on the chipset side, especially with the end of the chip crisis. This revolution, which started with the Apple M1, seems to spread to phones after computers and tablets. It will probably start using even faster processors than the M1 in 2-3 years.