The introduction of the Radeon video controller Exynos system chip has been dated.
Samsung won’t shoot all its gunpowder at CES in the first week of January, unveiling one of its most exciting novelties on January 11th. The video controller, which is expected to arrive under the name Exynos 2200 and is intended mainly for next-generation high-end mobiles, is characterized by its video controller, which is already working with AMD Radeon instead of the usual ARM Mali.
The graphics subsystem uses AMD’s latest RDNA2 architecture, which is essentially the same technology as the Radeon RX 6000 video cards, as well as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series game consoles. Samsung has now confirmed that for the first time in the mobile world, the Exynos 2200 even supports real-time ray tracing.
So far, there have been controversial reports about the performance of the new system chip, with the latest news that the processor in the new unit will be 5%, its video controller 17% faster and the machine learning subsystem 117% faster than the current Exynos 2100.
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