Exynos 2200 will bring significant improvements in smartphone graphics. The industry tends to lose GPU providers, not gain new ones. The chipset’s GPU will be based on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture. This RDNA 2 architecture uses its APUs, graphics cards, and PlayStation 5 and Xbox One series. I am just curious to find out what the company is planning to bring to its users.
Positioning such architecture in constrained TDPs of the mobile chipset is a challenging task. @FrontTron has shared numbers showing a 30% uplift in performance of Exynos 2200 compared to Exynos 2100.
This peak performance of the chipset will improve by 31-34%. On the other hand, the sustained performance gets an uplift of about 17 to 20%. These numbers are based on pre-released hardware and software. The actual product, once finalized, may provide different stats.
It is a bit hard to say for the time being how Exynos 2200’s GPU will compare against Adreno inside the new Snapdragon 898, so stick with us on YouTube to find out. The Exynos is expected to provide a big lead with AMDs hardware – we will find out soon enough.
The AMD GPU will now only offer unique features like ray tracing in games, so it will be interesting to discover how new mobile games will perform. Ray tracing is now standing in high-end gaming, and this step is a leap forward towards significant change in the mobile gaming industry.
The Exynos 2200 is expected to be revealed on the 19th of November, and we will find out more about the product.