Geekbench has published a new benchmark test that confirms that the international model of the Galaxy S22 Ultra should come out of the box with an Exynos 2200 processor.
According to the platform, the chipset, which is numbered S5E9925, works together with 8 GB of RAM and Android 12. This made the S22 Ultra achieve 691 points in the single-core test and 3167 points in the multi-core test.
Of course, Samsung still has much to say about the Galaxy S22 lineup, since the official launch of the devices will only take place in mid-February 2022.
Even so, taking into account everything that has already been leaked from the S22 Ultra model, we should expect a smartphone with a 6.8-inch Super AMOLED screen and QHD+ resolution. In addition, we will also have a 120 Hz refresh rate and S Pen pen support .
Lastly, the battery capacity can be 5,000 mAh, while there is also 45W fast charging.
Apparently, as much as rumors indicate that the Galaxy S22 line will be the first to use the Exynos 2200, Samsung is not yet ready to launch the chipset. The information was confirmed by LetsGoDigital staff after hearing from a former employee of the South Korean manufacturer.
Citing a Qualcomm report, the source claims that the Galaxy S22 line will be sold with Snapdragon 898 in all markets. However, what is not clear is the reason behind the delay of the Exynos 2200.
Missing parts for production? The GPU designed by AMD is not yet ready? These are questions that the source of the rumor does not comment on and neither is Samsung willing to answer. On the other hand, the known and reliable Ice Universe went public practically denying the rumor stating that Samsung will have variants of the S22 with Exynos 2200.
You can choose who to believe, as it’s all just a big rumor. Anyway, it would be strange for Samsung not to use its proprietary processor in the Galaxy S line, especially when it comes to a chipset developed with AMD.
Galaxy S22 series
News about the upcoming revamped generation of Samsung’s flagship lineup, the Galaxy S22, is becoming more and more common. Rumor has it that the series could be released later this year; but so far the leaked specs have disappointed: the device isn’t likely to feature an under-screen camera; nor the new 200MP camera from the South Korean manufacturer.
According to new information shared by the famous leaker Ice Universe on Twitter, however, some interesting news may be part of the Galaxy S22 line. The Galaxy S22 Ultra model should feature 45W fast charging and Samsung’s new proprietary Exynos 2200 chipset with AMD GPU. See the supposed official frequency of the processor:
Furthermore, the leaker pointed out new information about the cameras of the S22 and S22 Plus models . Apparently, both should rely on the ISOCELL GN5 sensor; which promises to record videos in 8K at 30fps and 4K at 120fps. It is worth pointing out that previous rumors already hinted that the Galaxy S22 may also have an improved optical zoom.
What are your expectations about the Samsung Galaxy S22 line?