As Samsung Galaxy S22 exit approaches, rumor and leak are slowly lighting up all the device’s technical features. One point on which the leaders have remained silent in recent months is the power of the Exynos 2200 chipset of the Galaxy S22 series.
A few months ago, a tipster reported that Exynos 2200 will be more powerful than Snapdragon 8 Jan 1, but a comparison between chip benchmarks seems to say the opposite: between Samsung’s chipset and AMD’s chipset and Qu
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra benchmark on GeekBench 5, in fact, gives 691 points in single-core and 3167 in multi-core
The benchmark of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with Qualcomm reference build, again on GeekBench 5, instead, reaches 1235 points in single-core and 3873 in multi-core
The multi-core result of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is therefore more convincing than that of the Korean SoC, although the latter should improve its values on the final version of Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, since so far devices with In general, since the Galaxy S22 series will use both chipsets, we can expect similar performances between Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
However, many fans expected a leap forward from Exynos 2200 compared to the Exynos 2100 chip: Samsung’s collaboration with AMD, in fact, had suggested a serious improvement in the technical characteristics of the chipset, especially because Sams herself
However, according to Sammobile, Exynos 2200 should not be a big step forward compared to its predecessor: according to the tipster Ahmed Qwaider, in fact, the percentage improvements compared to Exynos 2100 would be 5% on the CPU front For a comparison, Exynos 2100 improved the performance of the CPU by 30% and 40% of the CPU by comparison with Exynos 990.
However, the same tipster claimed that the NPU, or Neuro Processing Unit, of Exynos 2200 will ensure a boost of 117% of artificial intelligence performance, which in turn should speed up the operation of voice assistants on the phone