Citing a Samsung official, news outlet Business Korea has informed that the company is going to present the Exynos 2200 processor at the launch of the new flagship smartphone. The official reportedly denied the claims that the company was facing production and performance issues with the Exynos chip.
Last month, Samsung had teased through its social media teaser post that the new Exynos processor would be launched on January 11. However, later the company secretly removed this teaser, indicating that there may be a slight delay in the processor launch.
Usually Samsung company brings its new Exynos chip before the flagship phone.
Samsung confirmed last year that it was working with AMD to develop a next-generation mobile GPU for its next flagship Exynos processor.
Business Korea’s report has informed that the new GPU will solve the problems of the old Exynos 2100 chip. There is a heating problem in the current processor.
Samsung company can use Exynos 2200 processor in Galaxy S22 series in Europe and South Korea. However, in markets like India, China and America, it can be brought with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
According to the news, the Exynos 220 processor will be based on Samsung’s 4nm LPE process technology.