According to previous reports, Samsung’s next-generation Exynos 2200 flagship chip will be officially unveiled this year. This chip will come with an AMD RDNA architecture GPU, and the overall performance will improve by leaps and bounds. As of now, the industry is already looking forward to the arrival of this chip. According to reports out of South Korea, the GPU (codename: “Voyager”) of this SoC will use AMD RDNA2 graphics micro-architecture. This is the same technology as PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and AMD Radeon RX.
Furthermore, the report also claims that the running score of the Exynos 2200 is amazing. It claims that the GPU of this chip is in GFXBench, and the average frame rate of 1080P Manhattan 3.1 is 170.7 fps. As of now, its rivals like the Snapdragon 888 and Apple A14 Bionic can only run around 120fps.
In addition, in the Aztec Ruins test project, Exynos 2200 scores are also significantly higher than A14 Bionic. It is worth mentioning that in addition to the big jump in GPU performance, Exynos 2200 will also usher in a huge upgrade in CPU. This processor will come with a new generation three-cluster architecture. It will have a Cortex-X1 super core, three medium Cortex-A78 cores, and 4 Cortex-A55 small cores.
From the available information so far, the Exynos 2200 is an extremely powerful SoC, and its new capabilities are very strong. It may lead the Samsung camp to directly confront Qualcomm and Apple, against new standards such as Snapdragon 898 and Apple A15. It is also worth mentioning that, thanks to the combination of new generation technology and AMD RDNA architecture, Exynos 2200 will also open up mobile phones, tablets, and PCs, and can also exert strong strength on notebooks
Previous reports on Exynos 2200
According to @TheGalox, the CPU and GPU performance of the Exynos 2200 will be higher than the Snapdragon 895 SoC. While the Bionic A15 will beat Exynos 2200 in CPU performance, the latter will defeat the former in GPU performance.
- CPU: Bionic A15 > Exynos 2200 > Snapdragon 895
- GPU: Exynos 2200 > Bionic A15 > Snapdragon 895
In the preliminary results on GeekBench 5, the single-core of Exynos 2200 is about 10% higher than the Snapdragon 888. Also, the multi-core score is also about 6% higher. This means that the single-core catches up with the Apple A13 while the multi-core score is the same as the Apple A14. Furthermore, the AnTuTu score is about 20% higher than the Snapdragon 888 SoC. On GeekBench 5 single-core running points, the single-core score is about 1,250 and the multi-core score hit 4,000. On Antutu, the score of this chip exceeds 1 million for the first time.