According to many sources, the upcoming Exynos 2200 chip will be equipped with AMD's mRDNA 2 GPU architecture and is expected to be equipped on the upcoming Galaxy S22 series.

This SoC is manufactured based on Samsung's first generation 4nm process, called 4LPE. Meanwhile, the Snapdragon 898 chip is expected to be manufactured based on Samsung's 4LPX process.

Sources said that 4LPX is Samsung's third generation of 5nm process. This gives a clear advantage to the Samsung Exynos chip over the equivalent Snapdragon SoC, which is preferred.

Samsung has traditionally equipped Snapdragon chips for the US, China and a few other markets, while the rest use Exynos chips.

However, according to sources so far, Samsung seems to be experiencing production problems for the new Exynos 2200 chip, so it is more likely that the variants equipped with the "homegrown SoC" ” will only land in Europe, including Russia (not completely canceled as some websites have posted). For other markets, the Galaxy S22 will still use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 898 chip.

Both Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 898 are the first chips to own the ARMv9 architecture. This is the first completely new architecture from ARM in 10 years and will certainly improve processing power as well as power efficiency.

This should more or less make up for any lingering concerns about Samsung's manufacturing technologies. The initial benchmark numbers show that both these chips have marked improvements compared to the senior generation.

However, how true it is, we still have to wait and see the actual products launch next year.


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