While we await the official presentation of the Samsung Exynos SoC with AMD RDNA2 GPU for smartphones, new interesting details emerge on what could be the distribution policy of the new chip.
According to what was stated by tipster Arsenal and reported by the source, Samsung would be planning not to limit its implementation to only Galaxy Series smartphones but to grant its use to other manufacturers as well.
As already happened in the past, the first manufacturer to benefit from the new Samsung SoC could be Vivo, but it is not excluded that the South Korean giant may also enter into commercial agreements with other companies.
It is worth mentioning that, according to the latest rumors, both the upcoming Snapdragon 895 and the Exynos 2200 are expected to rest on Samsung’s 4nm node. Already this year Samsung managed to successfully compete with rival Qualcomm thanks to a chip, the Exynos 2100, in line with the 888’s performance on everything except the graphics sector.
We just have to wait to find out if the AMD RDNA2 architecture will be able to make Samsung make that leap in quality that promises to be full-bodied, compared to the Mali GPU of the current top of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra range. In this regard, the latest rumors speak of a performance increase of 30% with the new AMD graphics.