Claims 70 percent faster CPU and Xclipse 940 GPU with AMD RDNA 3
During its own LSI Tech Day 2023 event, Samsung revealed details about its upcoming Exynos 2400 SoC that will most likely power the next Galaxy S24 series smartphones, promising impressive performance figures and confirming AMD RDNA 3 architecture for the Xclipse 940 GPU.
In Galaxy S24 units
Samsung is backpeddling on its Snapdragon-only policy on its Galaxy series.
Headed for Hyundai
Samsung has unveiled its latest high-end Exynos Auto chip for in-vehicle infotainment systems. The Exynos Auto V920 will power next-generation infotainment systems in Hyundai cars after 2025.
Along with Immortalis G720 GPU
ARM has unveiled its next-generation CPU and GPU cores – the Cortex-A520, Cortex-A720, and Cortex-X4.
Bringing Radeon graphics technology to Samsung Exynos SoCs
AMD has Samsung have both announced a signing of a multi-year agreement extension that will bring ultra-low-power AMD Radeon graphics to Samsung Exynos SoCs.
Hefty 6,000mAh battery and triple rear camera
Samsung has unveiled its latest entry-level Galaxy model, the Galaxy M14 5G. While it shares a lot of specifications with the Galaxy A14 5G, it comes with a heftier 6,000mAh battery.
Three phones officially launching early next month
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is rumored to launch early next month, and while we have already seen several leaks, the most recent shows all three versions in high-res pictures.
A week after the CES and Galaxy S21 FE launch
It appears that Samsung is gearing to announce its flagship Exynos 2200 chipset with AMD graphics earlier than expected, on January 11th.
Rumored to bring impressive performance
It appears that the earlier reports from Korea were spot on as the latest rumor suggests that the Samsung Exynos SoC with AMD RDNA2 GPU could be launching in July. A different report also suggests it could be packing quite a punch, despite being limited in order to fit the power envelope.
Coming to next-generation Samsung flagship Exynos SoC
During its keynote Computex 2021 event, AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, confirmed that the RDNA GPU in the next-generation Exynos SOC will support both raytracing and variable rate shading (VRS).