Galaxy S22 may get Snapdragon globally as Exynos 2200 disappears

Samsung has been becoming flagship smartphones with its Exynos chipsets for the longest time. In some markets, the units are launched with the related Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Others get the Samsung Exynos chip. That’s what used to be anticipated to occur for the impending Galaxy S22 sequence as neatly.

Markets throughout Asia, Heart East and Europe would have gained the Exynos 2200. The ones in China, South Korea and North The united states would get the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. On the other hand, it seems that that this might not be the case.

World Snapdragon rollout for Galaxy S22 will excite many

It’s no secret that the Snapdragon chipsets have persisted to outperform Exynos. This used to be in particular true with the Galaxy S20 sequence. Its Exynos 990 chipset had slower CPU and GPU efficiency, worse battery existence, upper clock pace throttling and inefficient warmth control in comparison to the Snapdragon 865 that consumers in choose markets were given.

Samsung used to be closely criticized for the deficient efficiency of its chipset in comparison to the Snapdragon. There have been petitions to check out and forestall Samsung from the usage of Exynos processors in its telephones. The corporate’s personal shareholders wondered why it persisted with customized chipset building.

The corporate has made a giant alternate since then. Samsung is now not designing customized CPU cores because it did earlier than. So its subsequent flagship chipset, the Exynos 2100 used within the Galaxy S21 sequence, had authorized ARM CPUs as a substitute. Samsung would take a an identical method for the Exynos 2200 that used to be to be introduced with the Galaxy S22 sequence.

That’s no longer why a large number of Samsung enthusiasts were taking a look ahead to the Exynos 2200, regardless that. That is Samsung’s first cellular chipset to characteristic (*8*)an AMD Radeon-based GPU or graphics processor. Samsung first introduced again in 2022 that it might combine customized AMD Radeon graphics in long run Exynos processors.

All indicators pointed to the Exynos 2200 being presented with the Galaxy S22 sequence. On the other hand, it used to be reported previous as of late that Samsung had driven again the Exynos 2200 release date. A tipster from South Korea is now claiming that the Exynos 2200 is “long gone,” no less than within the context of the Galaxy S22 lineup.

This could imply that each one variants of the Galaxy S22, (*11*)Galaxy S22+ and the Galaxy S22 Extremely launched around the globe could be powered through the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. That’s going to be thrilling for a large number of other folks. It’s additionally going to be disappointing for individuals who were ready to revel in the end result of Samsung’s GPU collaboration with AMD.

Samsung would possibly come to a decision to release the Exynos 2200 later within the yr. It received’t have any new flagships due between the Galaxy S22 sequence and the Galaxy Z Fold/Turn 4 handsets that aren’t due till the second one part of 2022. In all probability it can be presented with the Galaxy Tab S8 lineup, however even that’s no longer sure presently.

Do take into account that none of this has been formally showed through Samsung. Those are simply stories that experience are available in from a couple of resources as of late. We will have to to find out through subsequent month if there’s any reality to those. Samsung is predicted to release the Galaxy S22 sequence in early February.

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Korea Snapdragon
US Snapdragon
Europe Snapdragon

Exynos 2200 is G.O.N.E.
(It may well be launched later, however I am positive that it is not going to be in Galaxy S22 sequence.)

— Dohyun Kim (@dohyun854) January 11, 2022

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