Clues of the Exynos 2200 processor appeared within the database generated by the Geekbench application. This will certainly be the chip used by Samsung for the brand's next top-of-the-line smartphones, like the Galaxy S22 and maybe some foldable next year.

The expectation for the next big release from Samsung has been growing, as many rumors point to details possibly present in the Galaxy S22 line. One of them has just appeared and points to the Exynos 2200, a new generation of chips not yet announced by the Korean company and which should be part of the brand's most powerful devices in 2022.


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Exynos 2200 on Geekbench (Image: Playback/Geekbench)
Exynos 2200 on Geekbench (Image: Playback/Geekbench)

If, on the one hand, the appearance of this chipset draws attention, on the other hand, the result of the test performed is not that exciting. According to the information contained in the database of the Geekbench, the Exynos 2200 scored 1.073 points in the single-core test and 3.389 points in the multi-core round. This is a slightly superior result to the Snapdragon 888.

The disappointing detail is that the Snapdragon 888 was released late last year and is currently being used to equip this year's best cell phones, including all models in the Galaxy S21 lineup. For models launched in 2022, Qualcomm will already have the successor to this chip, presented by the American company always in early December.

Other details that appeared in the same database include the presence of Android 12 on the device used, along with eight cores for data processing. The set works with four of them at 1,73 GHz, three at 2,50 GHz and one at 2,59 GHz.

Exynos 2200 may surprise on the GPU

If on the processor side the Exynos 2200 didn't impress within this review, it is expected that it will be the first Samsung chip with a graphics card created by AMD and this could be its biggest asset. At least that's what appears within the Geekbench database itself, without displaying ratings in this regard.

Street: Gizmochina.

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