Samsung Launches Exynos 2200 Flagship SoC with AMD Architecture GPU.

Samsung Electronics has unveiled its new flagship Exynos 2200, which has already begun mass production. The company said it will provide a console-level gaming experience on smartphones with AMD’s Xclipse GPU.

South Korea Samsung Electronics announced on January 18 (local time) that it has started mass production of the new flagship Exynos 2200, a 4nm (nanometer) process manufacturing, and will become a SOC equipped with the Xclipse GPU using AMD’s RDNA2 architecture. Samsung said it would offer a “console-level” gaming experience on smartphones.

AMD announced in June 2021 that Samsung would announce a SoC using RDNA2 by the end of the year.

Xclipse will provide advanced console-level graphics features such as ray tracing that simulates the light movement in the game and variable rate shading.

The CPU consists of three clusters: the high-end Cortex-X2, three Cortex-A710s, and four power-efficient Cortex-A510s.

The new neural processing unit (NPU) with twice the performance of the previous Exynos 2100 announced in January last year also enhances AI functions. In combination with an image signal processor, it will be possible to take more realistic photos.

The new 5G modem supports more millimetre-wave and sub-6GHz bands than its predecessor, with a theoretical maximum download speed of 10Gbps in dual-connection mode. In addition, wi-fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC are supported as networking functions.

Samsung has installed the Exynos series of SoCs on flagship terminals selling them in Korea. The Exynos 2200 is also likely to be installed in the Galaxy S22 (tentative) series.

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