Samsung claims that “everything will change” on Friday.
The theme of Samsung’s Friday event was “everything is changing.” Many people believed that the latest chipset, the Exynos 2200, would be released to the public, but this has already been proven false.
Samsung tends to announce its next Exynos processor a few weeks before launching a new Galaxy S Series smartphone. The world is already anticipating the long-awaited Exynos 2200 (the first Exynos chip with a six-core AMD RDNA2 GPU and ray-tracing technology), so it’s no surprise that when a mysterious Instagram post with the hashtag #EverythingChanges appeared in Samsung’s Exynos account, it seemed clear to many that the time had come to reveal the new chips.
Because you read in the post about the future of gaming graphics and AMD’s GPU supports high-end gaming capabilities, this may have looked logical.
But then the most proficient, Samsung, came along and put a damper on everything. Contrary to popular belief, they made it plain on Twitter that the event would not be Exynos-themed, and he disclosed several adjustments.
Many people hoping for a new Exynos chipset may be disappointed. However, this isn’t to say that one won’t exist. It’s only a matter of waiting to see when Samsung will reveal it. Benchmark findings, on the other hand, have already been made public.
The one with non-minor measurements details was made public. I, in turn, have written that the difference in Exynos long-term performance between 2100 and 2200 is between 17 and 20% (of course, the novelty of acting), but the peak power difference is significantly more, at 31-34 percent. Although this is great, for mobile gamers, long-term performance is critical.
The Exynos 2200 in a rumored prototype Galaxy runs S22, and the second measurement is comparable to two generations. The Exynos 2200 performs marginally better than the Galaxy S21 but at a substantially lower clock speed. However, because the engineering prototype and chipset software management are likely to be improved, the S22 with the Exynos chip is projected to perform better than the S21, which also uses such a chip.
When comparing the Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 888 results, the new Samsung chipset wins by a large margin, despite Qualcomm’s processing clock being similar. However, because the Galaxy S22 already has the latest Snapdragon 898 processor, it’s unclear whether the Exynos 2200 offers any advantages.
However, in the meanwhile, some thought-provoking news surfaced. LetsGoDigital, a Dutch website, released the leak of a former Samsung employee, among other things. All Samsung S22 versions will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC in all locations, including Europe and Asia.
According to previous reports, Samsung would employ more minor Exynos chips than usual. On February 8, 2022, everything was expected at the Samsung Unpacked event.