It’s no secret that Samsung is gearing up to integrate AMD’s high-performance graphics into its Exynos mobile chipsets to differentiate itself from the competition. The Exynos 2200 in the Galaxy S22 is expected to be the first chipset created in partnership between Samsung and AMD. However, sources from Taiwan say that AMD graphics will be received not only by the flagship devices of the South Korean manufacturer.
Exynos chipsets with RDNA graphics are reported to appear in the next high-end Galaxy A models. We are talking about the alleged Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73. Even more curious, the Galaxy A53 and A73 may be unveiled this year. It is worth noting that these products will clearly not receive the flagship Exynos 2200, so Samsung and AMD are likely to be working together on mid-range chipsets.
It is reported that the chips for smartphones Galaxy A-series will receive two high-performance cores versus four in the Exynos 2200. In addition, according to available data, the decrease in performance of new chips under prolonged loads will be no more than 10%, while the throttling of existing Exynos sometimes reaches more than 50 %.