Technology giant Samsung unveils its newly designed Exynos 2200 microprocessor for mobile phones equipped with Xclipse GPU powered by AMD. The Xclipse GPU is based on AMD RDNA 2 architecture.
According to the company, its Exynos 2200 will be an extremely powerful processor that uses ARM-based CPUs and an upgraded neural processing unit (NPU) to effectively handle graphic-intensive tasks.
The powerful NPU will allow smartphones to carry out complicated artificial intelligence tasks on-device. The processor will not only provide a lag-free gaming experience to users but will also enhance the overall experience in multiple social media applications and photography.
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President of System LSI Business at Samsung Electronics, Yongin Park, said, “Built on the most advanced 4-nanometer (nm) EUV (extreme ultraviolet lithography) process, and combined with cutting-edge mobile, GPU and NPU technology, Samsung has crafted the Exynos 2200 to provide the finest experience for smartphone users.”
He further added that their newly developed Xclipse GPU would allow the company to redefine the mobile gaming experience by providing unmatched graphics and better artificial intelligence performance.
The launch of Exynos 2200 marks Samsung’s commitment towards making continuous efforts to bring innovations in the logic chip domain. The octa-core CPU is the world’s first microchip that integrates Arm’s latest Armv9 CPU cores to offer better security and performance.
Apart from the top-of-the-line performance, the chip will also provide enhanced 5G connectivity using a fast 3GPP Release 16 5G modem, which supports sub-6GHz and mmWave spectrum bands.
President of IP Products Group at Arm, Rene Haas, said, “As one of the first processors to incorporate the new Armv9 CPU cores, Samsung’s Exynos 2200 takes advantage of Arm’s Total Compute strategy and key security features, like MTE, to deliver the purpose-built compute and specialized processing needed to power future mobile experiences.