Galaxy S22 Ultra: Unveiled the frequencies of the Exynos 2200 SoC with AMD GPU

There is time for Samsung’s next generation of top-of-the-line smartphones, but past the Apple event where the new iPhones debuted 13, the eyes are now focused on the counter-move of the South Korean manufacturer and an intensification of the related rumors is foreseeable.

In the In the past few hours, rumors have been spread about the camera compartment of the Galaxy S 22 which – it seems – will give up to the front module under the display, and there was no shortage of previews on one of the most awaited features: the Exynos SoC 2200 with AMD GPU (RDNA2 architecture). Yes, because, given the announcements from Apple – iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max with GPU up to 50 percent faster than the competition – expect to find out Samsung’s answer .

For now, it is necessary to be satisfied only with the not entirely reliable answers of the benchmarks, or to rely on the advances provided by reliable sources. Ice Universe adds another piece to the puzzle, revealing what the CPU and GPU frequencies of the Exynos 2200 . The leaker specifies that these data refer to the chip destined for the Galaxy S 22 Ultra, the most performing model of the range, if Samsung keeps the nomenclature used up to now unchanged.


Exynos 2220 would include a octa-core CPU with the usual structure with one core for maximum performance, four low-power cores and three intermediate cores:

  • Exynos 2200 on Galaxy S 22 Ultra:
    • octa-core CPU:
      • 1 core Cortex-X2 @ 2.9 GHz
      • 3 cores @ 2.8 GHz
      • 4 cores @ 2.2 GHz
    • AMD @ 1 GPU. 250 MHz

The source adds that S 22 + will always be equipped with Exynos 2200 but the frequencies will be different (probably lower). The stark data cannot reveal just how powerful the SoC will actually be, nor would it be worth the comparisons to the previous generation’s high-end model (the Exynos 2100) if, as also anticipated by the Ice Universe itself, the Exynos 2200 will result in another leap in the production process (from 5nm to 4nm). So, plausible data, from a reliable source, to be stored and dusted off on the occasion of new revelations on future top Samsung ranges.

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