The reason for calling it high expectations is that it integrates AMD GPU graphics technology for the first time, and it is the latest RDNA2 architecture, which has previously been shown to be quite energy efficient.
In terms of parameters, the Exynos 2200 uses a 4nm EUV process, the CPU architecture is 1 Cortex-X2 super core + 3 Cortex-A710 large cores and 4 Cortex-A510 small cores, and the GPU integrates Xclipse 920.
Before it was released, due to AMD’s practice, I believed it had a strong GPU performance and hoped to compete with Qualcomm Adreno.
It is a pity that although the paper parameters of Exynos 2200 are considerable, the actual performance seems to be unsatisfactory. It still lags behind the Snapdragon 8 Gen1, and there are even many bugs.
According to SamMobile, the Galaxy S22 series powered by the Exynos 2200 flagship processor sometimes runs very slowly, there is no response when pressing answer when a call comes in, and the GPS often fails.
It even called it “Samsung’s worst Exynos this year”, and said that these problems are very serious, and I hope to deal with it as soon as possible to maintain word of mouth.
At the same time, many users reported that when opening the mobile phone map, it will prompt “GPS not found”, even if the factory settings are restored, the bug still exists.
In addition, blogger @ibing universe said that the GPS bugs and screen problems of the Galaxy S22 series all appeared in the Exynos version and needed to be optimized, while the China Bank Snapdragon 8 version did not have a similar situation.