Samsung is yet to formally reveal its first mobile devices featuring the in-house Exynos processor. That said, the South Korean giant has already introduced its Exynos 2200 SoC outfitted with AMD RDNA 2 GPU. What’s more, we came across reports suggesting next-gen Samsung’s chip facing thermal throttling issues earlier this month. The issues also indicate that Samsung has to downclock the chipset. However, you should take this information with a pinch of salt since none of the rumors are confirmed; Samsung hasn’t publicly confirmed the frequencies even after introducing the new processor. In other words, Samsung hasn’t provided performance figures nor the clock speeds of the Exynos 2200 Xclipse 920 GPU and CPU. Similarly, the Geekbench pages offering information about the chip have not mentioned it as well. That said, it does suggest that the Exynos chip will feature 555MHz clock speeds. However, that cannot be correct; it is way lower than it should be.
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Exynos 2200 will feature Xclipse 920
The Exynos 2200 chipset from Samsung features a 1+3+4 core design. The powerful cores are based on ARM Cortex X2 design whereas the three cores are based on Cortex A710. Lastly, the four power-efficient cores are noted but Cortex A510. Moreover, it features the Xclipse 920 GPU based on AMD RDNA2 graphics IP. We are not sure about the exact specifics but the rumors suggest that it features 6 CU and 384 Stream Processors.
As for performance, the RDNA2 GPU managed to score 9143 points in the OpenCL benchmark. The performance is 50.7% higher than Snapdragon Gen 1 with Adreno 730. In addition to that, the Samsung processor is about 25.5% faster than Qualcomm’s in Vulcan, according to leaked benchmarks.
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