This year, Samsung faced harsh criticism because of the performance gap between Samsung Exynos and Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile processors. To match up against its rival, the South Korean tech giant is reportedly preparing to upgrade the Exynos processors with a notable change.
A well-known tipster Ice Universe claimed that Samsung is developing an Exynos 9925 chip and it may sport AMD graphics. Previously, an executive of Samsung confirmed the existence of a 5nm chip. It indicates that the Exynos 2100 is too close. The timeline suggests that it will appear in 2022.
Previous reports indicate that the Exynos 2100 built on the 5-nanometer process technology and will be featured on the upcoming Galaxy S series lineup phones. Samsung powers Galaxy devices with its own processor in various markets including Europe, South Korea, and the Middle East.
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The upcoming chip is expected to feature a Mali GPU, while the Snapdragon 875 SoC’s Adreno GPU is likely to provide a 10% better performance in comparison to the Mali-G78 featured in Exynos.
Samsung and AMD signed a multi-year partnership in 2019, under which, the graphics maker will license its RDNA graphics architecture to Samsung for use on its phones. If these expectations will become reality then we will see a custom high-performance GPU will give Exynos chips an advantage over Qualcomm’s Adreno GPU.
As we all know
Now, Samsung is developing Exynos9855 and Exynos9925, the latter may be a processor with AMD GPU pic.twitter.com/LixFZNBNXD
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 15, 2020
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