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Samsung never came close to its claim, and now it is developing something "unique"

Samsung never came close to its claim, and now it is developing something “unique”

Exynos 2200 with Xclipse 920 GPU which will be based on AMD RDNA 2 also found in PS5, Xbox Series X and S, and AMD promised it will blow everyone off track with console-like graphics.

What happened to the graphics console and RDNA 2?

We’re used to hearing PR jargon as “console graphics on mobile”, but the truth is that the chip didn’t even offer much performance compared to the Galaxy S21. We had a feeling this was the case when the PR talk of S22 graphics and RDNA 2 disappeared as we got closer to the launch of mobile phones.

In addition to the fact that customers have not experienced anything close to a revolution in GPU performance, Samsung has implemented software Sluggish performance to improve battery life.

Should Samsung simply use the Snapdragon?

But Samsung appears to be trying again, as Samsung’s head of mobile phones, Tae Moon Roh, says they are developing a “unique” chip for Galaxy mobile phones. Unfortunately, Roh didn’t go into depth, so it’s uncertain if the Exynos brand exists, not least the cores the company wants to use: Cortex or their Mongoose that they previously failed at?

The comment that the company will release a unique CPU came after an employee asked how the company could deal with underperformance in software.

Will there be a MediaTek chip in the S22FE?

It is rumored that Samsung will be using an unannounced MediaTek chipset for the Galaxy S22FE and possibly even the S23. we will see.

In any case, this isn’t the first time Samsung has manipulated the chip’s strategy. In 2020, in connection with the launch of the S20, thousands have signed that they want the release of Samsung’s own Exynos chip.

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At that time we wrote:

“It’s possible that they have already achieved something at least in part, as Samsung has apparently already decided to abandon its self-developed Mongoose cores in next year’s chipset.”