Samsung Exynos 2200 “Pamir” to feature AMD RDNA2 GPU codenamed “Voyager”

Published: Jul 14th 2021, 22:07 GMT   Comments

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AMD RDNA2 GPU for Samsung Exynos 2200 codenamed Voyager

According to IceUniverse, a prominent leaker covering the mobile market, Samsung’s next-gen high-end mobile processors are to be built using 4nm process technology. 

The Exynos 2200 SoC would likely use Samsung 4LPP (4nm Low Power Plus node), however, the details on this node are still limited. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 895 is to be manufactured using the same process technology from Samsung, other rumors have suggested. What will definitely differ in these implementations are graphics IP. The Snapdragon 895 is rumored to feature ARM Adreno 730 GPU whereas the Samsung Exynos 2200 is to use AMD RDNA2 integrated graphics.

Samsung Exynos with AMD RDNA GPU, Source: Ice Universe

Ice Universe has shared two codenames related to this SoC. The processor itself is codenamed “Palimir” whereas the graphics subsystem supplied by AMD is codenamed “Voyager”, the leak revealed.

A fruit of Samsung and AMD collaboration is to debut early next year. It is rumored to feature ARM Cortex X2 core architecture, following the path of Exynos 2100 which ditched custom cores for ARM design.

Source: Ice Universe (Weibo) via Geeknetic

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