Galaxy S22 News: The performance results of the Exynos 2200 chipset, which will be used in the Galaxy S22 family, have leaked. Samsung will double the performance.
The cooperation between Samsung and AMD has started to bear fruit. Performance test results of the Exynos 2200 chipset, which will power the Galaxy S22 family, have emerged today. With the mRDNA 2 architecture, this chipset, which will raise the mobile level on the GPU side, will ensure that mobile games are console quality.
Famous for its leaks, Ice Universe shared specific information about the performance of the new AMD Radeon GPU in the Exynos 2200 chipset. The results show that, despite the restriction, the AMD GPU in the Exynos 2200 outperforms the latest Mali GPUs.
Exynos 2200 revealed in 3DMark Wild Life GPU test
The new chipset, which appeared in the 3DMark Wild Life GPU test, manages to score an average of 50.3 FPS and 8,134 points. With this performance test, the leak giant also revealed that the new chipset’s single-chip system’s central processor will come with Arm Cortex-A77 cores.
In this test, the Exynos 2100 and Snapdragon 888 managed to score approximately 5,300 and 5,400 points, respectively. It looks like Samsung will make a big leap forward on the GPU side with the new chipset.
Samsung will not use this new chipset only in the Galaxy S22 family. The South Korean company will make the new chipset available to Chinese manufacturers as well. The console-quality game event, which has been said for years in mobile games but never reflects the truth, will apparently come true this time with Samsung.
Samsung’s new chipset is expected to be introduced later this year. The Qualcomm front will also use the Snapdragon 895 chipset at the same time. However, this chipset will still include the Adreno graphics unit. So the gap between Exynos and Snapdragon could widen this year. If this is the case, we think that only the Exynos chipset can be used in the Galaxy S22. Otherwise, Samsung will be the target of criticism due to the obvious performance difference between the two chipsets.