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Galaxy S22 SoC mapped with AMD GPU monitoring

Galaxy S22 SoC mapped with AMD GPU monitoring

from Norman Wittkoff
Samsung’s next flagship chip has been discovered in the Geekbench database, which is based on the RDNA2 GPU. The whole thing will likely be used for the first time in the upcoming Galaxy S22.

The system-on-chip (SoC) called the Samsung Exynos 2200, which has now appeared in connection with the smartphone model name SM-S906B, is said to be codenamed “Pamir” and manufactured in a 4nm process, while an integrated graphics processor as a collaboration between Samsung and AMD, goes Codenamed “Voyager”.

I discovered Geekbench Entry The new SoC is listed with AMD’s open source GPU driver. this means that According to Indicates that it is an Exynos 2200 or a derivative with an onboard RDNA2 GPU. Meanwhile, the codename “Voyager” has been used to describe the upcoming product.

Samsung Exynos 2200: First Basic Data

Gemäß der im Geekbench gelisteten Spezifikationen soll der Samsung Exynos 2200 uber acht CPU-Kerne verfügen wird, wobei vier Kerne mit bis zu 1.73 GHz, drei Kerne mit bis zu 2.5 GHz und ein get Kern mit 59 bis zu he is. These are lower frequencies than the Exynos 2100, indicating that this is a development sample and not a final product or specification.

Samsung Exynos 2200: First benchmark results

Unfortunately, there is no GPU performance data, as the base Geekbench test only takes into account the processing power of the CPU. According to rumors, the Exynos 2200 is said to have 384 stream processors on the GPU side, which are grouped into 6 compute units.

On the CPU side, it scored 1,072 in the single-core test and 3,389 in the multi-core workload (see photo gallery below), which is lower than the previous Exynos 2100, which can score around 1,112 or 4,073 here. The new Samsung Exynos 2200 SoC is expected to appear in first Galaxy devices like this early next year Galaxy S22.

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