NEW DELHI: Samsung was anticipated to launch its newest Exynos 2200 processor on January 11. Nevertheless, the launch was postponed and an internet report revealed that on account of some efficiency points the corporate has taken this determination. Now, the South Korean smartphone maker has launched an official assertion concerning the delay within the launch of Exynos 2200 chipset.
In response to a Korean publication, Enterprise Korea, Samsung has clarified the explanations behind the change of plans associated to Exynos 2200. The corporate clarified that the whole lot is ok and there are not any efficiency or manufacturing points with the chipset. The corporate additionally confirmed that it’s going to unveil the most recent Exynos chipset together with its flagship Samsung Galaxy S22 sequence.
Samsung is anticipated to launch the Galaxy S22 sequence on February 8, so we’d see the Exynos launch on the identical day.
In an official assertion, the corporate stated, “We’re planning to unveil the brand new software processor on the time of launching a brand new Samsung smartphone. There are not any issues with the AP’s manufacturing and efficiency.”
Samsung revealed that the ARM Mali-G78 MP14 is the actual wrongdoer behind the delay. “The brand new GPU is anticipated to resolve the issues of the Exynos 2100. We intend to sharpen our competitiveness by loading GPUs for video games into cellular units.”
For the unaware, the Exynos 2200 would be the first chipset of the corporate to make use of AMD’s RDNA2 structure.
Exynos 2200: What we all know to this point
Leaks and rumours have already highlighted a number of points of the upcoming Exynos chipset. Crucial bit is the inclusion of the AMD GPU that’s anticipated to convey substantial enhancements to the graphics efficiency over earlier generations.
Other than that, the brand new chip will most definitely harness ray-tracing capabilities as effectively because of the mRDNA graphics processor. Other than that the chip may have a max clock pace of 1250MHz and can assist 144Hz refresh charge, 5G connectivity, the most recent model of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.