This month, Samsung introduced its latest flagship chipset, the Exynos 2100, a successor to last year’s Exynos 1080. It was quite impressive on paper, but it failed to prove its prowess, especially in graphics performance, and we think Samsung knows this. That’s why Samsung is collaborating with AMD for its next-generation chipsets.
Samsung announced its partnership with AMD back in 2019. Earlier this month, we learned that AMD is working with Samsung on mobile GPUs for Samsung’s upcoming flagship Exynos chipset, which was expected to debut next year with a new Galaxy S smartphone.
The Exynos 2100 Successor
But things look to be a little expedited from Samsung’s end since tipster Ice Universe claims that the Exynos chipsets with AMD GPUs will be debuting as soon as the second or third quarter of 2020. He also suggests that there will be two Exynos chipsets featuring AMD GPU, most probably the upcoming Exynos 2xxx and Exynos 1xxx chipsets.
On another note, a Korean publication Clien suggests that the South Korean electronics giant is working on a new Exynos chip to compete with Apple’s A14 Bionic.
The publication shared the graphics benchmarking scores of the unnamed Exynos chipset, and according to those numbers, it appears to be ahead of A14 Bionic.
|Benchmarks||Unnamed Exynos SoC Under Development||Apple A14 Bionic Powered iPhone 12 Pro|
|Aztec High School||58FPS||30.5FPS|
Well, considering those numbers, it could be possible that the unnamed Exynos chipset could be the one on which Samsung and AMD are working together.
Previous reports have suggested that the new chipset could debut alongside the upcoming Galaxy Note or Fold successor. Simultaneously several reports have suggested that Samsung could soon bring its Exynos chipsets to lap too.