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ARMs Race | Exynos 2200 + Radeon GPU coming to take the fight to Apple’s M1 strategy



We have been following Samsung’s development of its next flagship Exynos chipset that Samsung confirmed earlier this year would integrate an AMD GPU. With its next Exynos chip, Samsung is set to take the fight to Apple’s M1 equipped MacBook laptops. Now according to a new report by The Korean Economic Daily, Samsung could launch their most powerful Exynos chip in a laptops and tablets.

The report suggests, Samsung is planning to launch a Windows laptop in the second half of 2021 powered by its new Exynos 2200. Samsung has shipping two ARM PC’s thus far with the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 powered by the Snapdragon 855 and more recent Galaxy Book S powered by the Snapdragon 8cx. If this report is factual, them Samsung may adopt Apple’s ‘one chip for nearly everything’ strategy and could mean we would see Exynos 2200 in a future Galaxy Tab S8 as well as the aforementioned future Galaxy Book laptop. The report also says they don’t expect Exynos to ship in a phone this year, but could launch with the Galaxy S22 next year.

In a recent leaked benchmark Samsung’s new hardware “Blows Qualcomm’s Adreno 650 out of the water,” according to BGR.About a year ago Samsung announced that it was teaming up with AMD to bring RDNA-based Radeon GPU’s to smartphones. According to @Kaz9837, some benchmarks were leaked onto South Korean community site called CLIEN. The Engineers used GFXBench to benchmark the performance of the chip:

Samsung Exynos AMD GPUSnapdragon 865 Adreno 650 GPU
Manhattan 31 181.8 frames 123 frames
Aztech Normal138.25 frames53 frames
Aztech High58 frames20 frames

For context many companies are moving to designing their own chips to reduce reliance on Qualcomm and Intel. Recently we reported on a rumor that Samsung would debut their Exynos chip inside the Galaxy Note 20. Google may develop its own chips with Samsung amid Microsoft developing its SQ chips, Apple continuing to develop its A-series chips and Huawei developing its Kirin chips.



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