Samsung released the Exynos 2200 flagship chip this week, with a CPU architecture similar to the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Dimensity 9000, but a GPU based on AMD RDNA2 to create the Xclipse 920, which supports advanced variable refresh rate, ray tracing, and other features, claiming to provide an unmatched gaming experience.
Additionally, Geekbench boasts 4GB of video memory (which should be shared by system RAM) and 384 stream processors. In a side-by-side comparison, the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 is around 6200 in the same test, the Snapdragon 888 is around 4835, and the Apple A15 Bionic is 14556. The Exynos 2200’s end performance is still quite promising, at least as far as these performances are concerned. Of course, in addition to card performance, final power consumption, temperature control, ion set optimization, etc. also need to practice for the final test.
Samsung Exynos 2200 is one of the most recent Armv9 CPU cores to be released. One Arm Cortex-X2 core, three Cortex-A710 big cores for balanced performance and efficiency, and four tiny cores for energy efficiency make up the octa-core CPU’s tri-cluster architecture.