Samsung has decided to put off the unveiling of the Exynos 2200, which was scheduled to be revealed in January 2022.
A Samsung Electronics official said in a statement that Samsung is planning to launch its new application processors along with the launch of the new Samsung phone.
According to him, there are no problems with the AP’s performance and production.
As stated by his statement, Samsung is expecting to launch its application processor in late January to early February along with the launch of the Galaxy S22.
Exynos 2200 has a GPU developed by AMD using the latest architecture RDNA2. GPU’s in Samsung previous APs were considered a weak as compared to those of Qualcomm APs.
According to market research firm counterpoint, Samsung ranked 5th in the AP market around the 3rd quarter of 2021 with a 5 percent share. It was a 5 percent drop from the 10 percent share during the same quarter. At the same time, MediaTek’s share reached 40%, and Qualcomm’s share reached 27%.
With the Exynos 2200, Samsung is looking to increase its AP competitiveness and a way to do better than its rivals.
According to customers, the Exynos 2100, which was introduced in 2021 specifically for S21 had some overheating issues. But Samsung claims that the new Exynos 2200 has no such issues and is better than Exynos 2100.
Samsung is planning to use Exynos 2200 for the galaxy S22 series launching in Korea and Europe and Qualcomm snapdragon for the devices released in North Korea, India, and China.
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