Samsung announced the Exynos 2200-soc, presumably for use in its Galaxy S22 smartphones. Samsung calls the AMD-developed GPU with ray tracing and Xclipse variable rate shaders. Exact specs are missing.
On the product page, Samsung does not mention clock speeds, for example, CPU and GPU and keeps brief about soc functions. It’s about Samsung’s first social company built with its own 4nm process, As the company says in the ad.
The Xclipse GPU, a Portmanteau for the X of Exynos and the word ‘eclipse’, is based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture. This makes ray tracing and variable rate shading possible in mobile games, among other things. Samsung doesn’t say anything about how different the performance is compared to competitors or previous socs.
Like the competing Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and MediaTek Dimensity 9000, the Exynos 2200 uses ARM Cortex X2, Cortex A710, and Cortex A510 cores. They are all based on the ARM Cortex v9 architecture. There is support for memory up to Lpddr5 and not the newer Lpddr5x, while storage is up to UFS 3.1.
The ISP supports up to seven camera sensors on the device, while a single sensor can have up to 200 megapixels. You can record videos up to 8K at 30 frames per second. Samsung states that the Exynos 2200 is already in mass production. The manufacturer had already wanted to announce the soc a week ago, but This event never happened.
|Socs side by side||Exynos 2200||Snapdragon 8 first generation||Dimension 9000|
|Processing||4nm Samsung||4nm Samsung||TSMC 4 nm|
|CPU: X2-kern||1x||1x @ 3.0 GHz, 1 MB L2-cache||1x @ 3.05GHz, 1MB L2-cache|
|CPU: A710 Core||3x||3x @ 2.5GHz, 512KB L2-cache||3x @ 285GHz, 512KB L2-cache|
|CPU: Core A510||4x||4x @ 1.8GHz, L2 Unknown Cache||4x @ 1.8GHz, 256KB L2-cache|
|memory||Lpddr5||Lpddr5 3200MHz||Lpddr5x at 3750MHz|
|type gpu||Xclipse, RDNA2||Adreno 730||ARM Mali G710MP10 @ 850MHz|
|ISP||Exynos ISP||spectra? / Snapdragon Sight, triple isp, 18-bit||Imagic970, triple isp, 18-bit|
|type a modem||Exynos . modem||X65 in Fastconnect 6900||Dimensions 9000-Modem|
|5G supported frequencies||Sub-6 + mmWave||Sub-6 + mmWave||Sub 6|
|Maximum download speed (sub-6) 5G||5,1 Gbit/s||7 Gbit/s||7 Gbit/s|
|5G maximum download speed||2.55 Gbit/s||3G bits/sec||Anonymous|
|WIFI||Anonymous||Wi-Fi 6E, 2×2 MiMo||Wi-Fi 6E, 2×2 MiMo|
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