Samsung Exynos 2200, a mobile SoC with AMD GPU

Samsung just announced the Exynos 2200, a SoC for mobile devices characterized by having an AMD GPU, which according to Muycomputer has RDNA 2 technology and is called Xclipse 920. As explained by Samsung, “Xclipse is the combination of the X that represents Exynos, and the word eclipse. In addition, the company ensures that with its GPU, one era in mobile games is put to an end to start another.

Count with one ARM Cortex X2 main core, three Cortex A719 and four Cortex A510 cores. All eight are developed based on 4 nanometer technology. Thanks to its RDNA 2 architecture, the chip features hardware-accelerated ray tracing, as well as Variable Rate Rendering (VRS), to optimize mobile gaming. It also has an improved NPU, which according to Samsung offers twice the performance of its predecessor in terms of parallel calculations and Artificial Intelligence.

Your ISP (Picture Signal Processor) is compatible with sensors up to 200 Megapixels, and with a video resolution up to 4K HDR or up to 8K. It is also capable of supporting up to 108 Megapixels in single camera mode, and up to 64 and 36 Megapixels in dual camera mode. In addition, it is compatible with up to seven image sensors and is capable of managing up to four at a time in advanced multi-camera configurations. It also decodes videos up to 4K@240fps or 8K@60fps, and encodes them up to 4K@120fps or 8K@30fps.

The Samsung Exynos 2200, since it is in mass production, has an advanced multi-format codec (MFC) that integrates an AV1 decoder, as well as a 3GPP Release 16 5G modem compatible with the sub-6GHz and mmWave bands, allowing you to reach connection speeds of up to 10 Gbps. In terms of security, it has an iSE (Integrated Security Element) to store private encryption keys, as well as to act as a RoT (Root of Trust, that is, Base of Trust).

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