Exynos 2200: We’ve been hearing rumors for a while that the next generation of Samsung Galaxy S family phones may only come in a single Qualcomm-based version due to a supply shortage. And now the Korean company has just presented the processor that should bring the different versions of the Samsung Galaxy S22 to life. Will this Exynos 2200 arrive on time?
As you can see in the press release of the Korean manufacturer, the new Exynos 2200 SoC has enough weapons to cope with Qualcomm’s current flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which Samsung will bring to life. Galaxy S22. At least one of his versions…
This is the Exynos processor for the Samsung Galaxy S22
We’ll start by talking about its Xclipse 920 GPU, a model with the same AMD RDNA2 architecture used in new generation consoles, such as the PS5 or the Xbox Series X. Because of this, we are faced with the first processor with the ability to enjoy of video tracking lightning on your mobile phone.
In case you didn’t know, what is known as Ray Tracing is responsible for significantly improving the quality of the image, making objects appear more real and less polygonal. In this way, Samsung’s new flagship processor will make a jump in quality compared to its rivals, which is an excellent option to consider for gamer users.
To this we need to add a 4 nanometer manufacturing process to maximize energy efficiency, extending the screen’s lifespan. It also has a CPU consisting of a powerful Cortex X2 core, three ARM Cortex-A710 cores that would support the X2 when running heavy apps or games, and another four ARM Cortex-A510 cores aimed at tasks requiring low graphics load to improve energy efficiency and increase autonomy.
How could it be otherwise, the more than likely Samsung Galaxy S22 processor has 5G connectivity via a modem with support for sub-6GHz and mmWave networks. Highlight its new E-UTRAN New Radio – Dual Connectivity (EN-DC) technology to combine 4G and 5G networks with the aim of achieving transfer rates of up to 10 Gbps.
Continue with the features of this Samsung Exynos 2200 processor, saying it will support 4K displays at 120 Hz or QHD+ at 144 Hz, in addition to HDR10+ to improve image quality.
As for the photographic part, this SoC has the capacity to work with sensors up to 200 megapixels, so it fulfills the purpose. Undoubtedly a great processor that promises performance that on paper is little or nothing to envy the heavyweights from Qualcomm or Apple.
Finally, to say that the manufacturer has not indicated which phones will release this new processor, although everything indicates that there will finally be a version of the Samsung Galaxy S22 with Exynos 2200. Exclusive to the Korean market due to lack of stock?