Until this year, Exynos processors didn’t get much attention. Sometimes, Samsung exchanged will go head to head with Qualcomm’s high notch chips, but did not seriously scratch Snapdragon’s dominance. However, Samsung recently decided to change the balance of power in the markets with the release of the latest Exynos 2200.
Now all the eyes of the industry are centered on this processor, which will receive the Galaxy S22 series. People wonder if the Exynos 2200 with Xclipse 920 graphics chip will be able to beat the 2022 hit – Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in performance.
This year the company will definitely not go n a frontal battle with Qualcomm; since in several regions the Galaxy S22 series flagships will still be available with Snapdragon 8Gen1, but it could be a turning point; where Samsung will release its flagships only with proprietary processors. Th
The Exynos 2200 will be the first step in making this happen. And what will make its processors successful is artificial intelligence. The company will probably adopt the algorithms and principles of NPU operations Google did with its Tensor chipset with the participation of Samsung.
Previous generations of flagship Exynos SoCs have earned a reputation for being slower than their Snapdragon counterpart, but according to tests, this will change this time around. These preliminary tests are showing Exynos superiority.