The possibility of the global release of Galaxy S22 with Snapdragon chip; The unclear future of Exynos 2200


The possibility of the global release of Galaxy S22 with Snapdragon chip; The unclear future of Exynos 2200

The possibility of the global release of Galaxy S22 with Snapdragon chip; The unclear future of Exynos 2200

Samsung has been selling its flagships for years in markets such as Asia, the Middle East and Europe with its own chip and in China, South Korea and North America with a Snapdragon chip. The Koreans were expected to adopt a similar strategy for the Galaxy S22 family with Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chips; But apparently it won’t happen.

It’s no secret that Snapdragon’s flagship chips consistently beat their Samsung rival; This superiority was more noticeable in the Galaxy S20 family; Because the Exynos 990 suffers from problems such as a weaker CPU and GPU, overheating and a drastic drop in performance; While the Snapdragon 865 did not face such problems.

Samsung faced widespread criticism for its strategy of releasing its flagships with two different chips; So that even in 2020 users turned to collecting signatures to change the situation And the company’s own shareholders also questioned the Koreans’ efforts to develop a proprietary chip. Samsung has since made some major changes to its practice.

The Koreans no longer design custom CPU cores for Exynos chips; So that the Exynos 2100, the chip used in the Galaxy S21 family, uses ARM company’s own cores. The company had a similar strategy for the Exynos 2200 chip.

Unlike previous generations of Exynos, Samsung fans were eager for the arrival of the Exynos 2200; Because it was supposed to be the first Samsung mobile chip with integrated AMD graphics. Samsung announced in 2019 that it will work with AMD to bring Radeon graphics processing units to Exynos chips.

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