Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra caught with Exynos 2200 SoC on Geekbench

For years, Samsung’s “classic” flagships have been arriving with different chips on different markets. The next Galaxy S 22 should also follow this pattern, and therefore debut with both a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC and with Samsung’s Exynos (i.e. the solution that traditionally touches our market).

A confirmation in this sense comes today from the appearance in the Geekbench database of the top model , that Galaxy S 22 Ultra that will pick up the legacy of the now retired Note series in design and functionality (see S Pen integrated in the body), as recently also proven by some real images of the device.

Specifically, Galaxy S 22 Ultra (which it should therefore coincide with the SM-S model 908 B) appears equipped with the s5e chip 9925 which should be the next SoC developed by Samsung, namely the Exynos 2200 . The unit under test also has 8 GB of RAM, but a variant of 12 will also come GB, and perhaps a third from 16 GB.



Around the Exynos 2200 with AMD GPU (RDNA2 architecture) there is great curiosity: according to the rumors that emerged in September, include an octa-core CPU with a core dedicated to performance higher, three intermediate cores and finally four low-power cores. To know something official directly from Samsung, however, we will have to wait a little longer, but not too much: the launch of the Galaxy S 22, according to the latest rumors, should fall in early February.


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