The Samsung Exynos 2200 with AMD GPU will be unveiled in ten days

Samsung revealed earlier this year that it would add AMD graphics to its more powerful Exynos processors.

In early June, AMD confirmed that the next flagship Exynos processor will include RDNA2 graphics.

Today Samsung gave a strong lead about when it will present the aforementioned new Exynos chip, known as the Exynos 2200, in a post from Instagram on the Samsung Exynos account.

The text, both in the caption and in the post itself, gives an idea of ​​what we can expect from this new Exynos chip.

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At the moment, we know that the fruit of the combination of Samsung and AMD will likely bring substantial improvements in graphics power. It can even include cray tracking capabilities, thanks to an internal mRDNA graphics processor.

We’ve heard that the Exynos 2200 has a maximum clock speed of 1250 MHz, which is substantially better than the Exynos 2100, which had a maximum clock rate of 854 MHz. The new Exynos should offer a refresh rate of 144 Hz, 5G onboard connectivity and support for the latest WiFi and Bluetooth versions.

Unlike the GPU, the CPU on the new Exynos won’t see such a drastic increase in performance. However, it is likely to have a new Cortex-X2 for the high-performance 2.9GHz core, while keeping the triple and quad clusters at 2.8 and 2.2GHz.

Samsung tends to unveil its new chipsets before launching its annual flagship phones, so the announced Nov. 19 date makes sense. It’s only ten days away, so it won’t be long before you see what AMD and Samsung can do when they join forces.

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