Everything changes – that’s the motto of Samsung’s Friday event. Many people thought the world would be able to see the latest chipset, the Exynos 2200, but the rebuttal is now official.

Samsung’s old custom is usually to announce the latest Exynos chipset a few weeks before the unveiling of the new Galaxy S Series phone. The world is already looking forward to the long-rumored Exynos 2200 (the first Exynos chip with six-core AMD RDNA2 GPUs and ray tracing technology), so it’s no surprise that Mysterious Instagram post Featured in the Samsung Exynos account with the hashtag #EverythingChanges, it seemed clear to many that it was time to announce the new chipset. This might make sense just because you read in the post about the future of gaming graphics, and AMD’s GPU supports high-end gaming features.

But then the more efficient Samsung calmed the mood. On Twitter, he clarified that, contrary to initial expectations, the event will not be Exynos-themed, with only a handful of changes announced.

Many who expected the new Exynos chipset may be disappointed, although there is no such chipset, it is not yet known when Samsung will unveil it. However, normative results have already been released. The in one Small details of the measurements weren’t revealed, but it has been reported that the lasting performance difference between the Exynos 2100 and Exynos 2200 is between 17 and 20 percent (in favor of novelty, of course), but peak performance could be as much as 31 to 34 percent. This is really impressive, although lasting performance is paramount for gamers on mobile devices.

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One Another measurement They also compared the two generations – the Exynos 2200 is said to be working on a prototype of the Galaxy S22 here. The Exynos 2200 scores slightly above the Galaxy S21 benchmarks, but at a much lower clock speed. However, there will likely be further improvements in both the engineering prototype and software management of the chipset, so the performance of the S22 with the Exynos chip is likely to be better than the performance of the S21, which also works with this chip.

As for the scores on the Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 888, Samsung’s new chipset wins by a larger margin as Qualcomm’s processor clock is at a similar level. However, the new Snapdragon 898 processor is already built into the Galaxy S22, so the question remains whether the Exynos 2200 benefits at all.

Meanwhile, some thought-provoking news even surfaced. Among other things, the Dutch LetsGoDigital Shared page Ex-Samsung employee leaked. Accordingly, all Samsung S22 models will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC in all regions, including Europe and Asia. Previous news was only that Samsung will use less Exynos chips than usual. Everything is expected at the Samsung Unpacked event on February 8, 2022.

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