Samsung is likely to introduce three Exynos chips in 2021

Samsung is likely to introduce three Exynos chips in 2021

Samsung is likely to introduce three new Exynos chipsets in 2021: a mid-range 800 Series chipset, a high-end 1200 Series chipset, and a flagship 2200 Series chipset. The last two chipsets will probably use graphics made by AMD based on the RDNA architecture.

Based on Tweets are a reliable source, Samsung Graphics will introduce the chip as a demo in June, but the chip itself will be fully unveiled later in the year. The first phones to use AMD graphics chips will probably not be available until 2022. However, all the current rumors are speculative and no reliable information is available from Samsung.

New Exynos chipsets that use AMD graphics are likely to be available for Windows laptops in addition to smartphones. According to ZDNet Korea, in the third quarter of 2020, after the possible introduction of the new generation of Galaxy Note laptop with Exynos 2200 will be introduced. Previous Samsung laptops that used logos-based processors all came with Qualcomm chipsets.

The mid-range Exynos 800 series chipset was spotted on the Galaxy Club website yesterday. The chip, model number S5E5515, is probably in the hands of Samsung engineers and is still in production. This chipset could be a replacement for the Exynos 850 (model number S5E3830), however little information is currently available on this chipset.

It was reported yesterday that the Exynos 2200 was much more powerful than Apple’s A14 bionic chip in initial tests. The Exynos 2200 CPU is said to be about 25 percent better than the Exynos 2100, but its GPU performance is up to 2.5 times faster than the Exynos 2100. Perhaps working with AMD will finally put Samsung chips higher than their competitors.

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