Samsung introduces Exynos 2200 chipset with groundbreaking mobile gaming experience

One of the most dominant companies in the mobile chipset segment is Qualcomm and Mediatek. However, companies like Samsung have been using their own Exynos series of chipsets in their smartphone which provides equally powerful performance. It is why Samsung flagship smartphones are equipped with Exynos chipset in many countries. As per the latest announcement by Samsung, they have recently launched their new mobile chipset named Exynos 2200. The chipset comes with a powerful AMD RDNA 2 architecture-based Samsung Xclipse GPU.

As per the company, the chipset is going to provide the best gaming experience on a smartphone and will also increase the overall experience on social media and photography apps. The chipset is based on the latest Arm-based CPU cores with a 4nm EUV (extreme ultraviolet lithography) process. Samsung also claims that with the new Eclipse technology, along with RDNA 2 graphics technology from AMD the graphics and AI performance will increase many times fold, when compared to the mobile chipset available in the industry right now. The Eclipse GPU is a unique hybrid processor that has been positioned between a console and a mobile graphic processer. It is why, the overall GPU performance is much higher and as per Samsung, will mark the new era of mobile gaming.

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One of the impressive features that it will use is Ray tracing which simulates how light physically behaves in the real world. It will not only provide immense graphics on mobile but will also enhance the in-game experience. The Exynos 2200 chipset has been designed in a tri-cluster structure with one Arm Cortex®-X2 flagship-core, three performance and efficiency balanced Cortex-A710 big-cores, and four power-efficient Cortex-A510 little-cores. It would also have support for 8K resolution and 144Hz refresh rate support for displays. The chipset is currently in mass production and will soon be seen in flagship smartphones of Samsung.


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