We still haven’t heard a lot of rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S22 next year, but we just learned something officially will come on a new phone. The news came out of computex 2021 of all places, where the CEO of AMD Dr. Lisa Su confirmed that the company brought its graphics technology – including Ray Tracing – to the next generation of the Samsung Exynos chipset.
The exynos chipset will almost certainly end up on the Samsung Galaxy S22 – at least in several versions, traditionally, has packed the exynos chip built by Samsung and only sold in several markets. Other areas, including the US, are likely to continue to get flagships such as Samsung Galaxy S22 with Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.
Overall it might be that the Mobile Snapdragon Tier Tier Qualcomm chip will also allow tracking rays and variable shade capabilities (which are also announced), but now, only Exynos is confirmed to offer this graphical feature. Heck, this makes Samsung Galaxy S22 (with Samsung Silicon) the first cellphone is confirmed to get Tracing Ray, Well, ever.
Confirmed partnership – but with some known details
Rumors again might suggest the Samsung Exynos 2200 chipset that comes will display the AMD GPU, and while the unprocessed partnership is now confirmed, we still don’t know how much AMD RDNA 2 and “company special graphics,” as Dr. Su said at the computex stage, come to the next exynos silicon.
Prospects carry ray tracing – graphic rendering techniques to produce realistic lighting and reflection effects, which are only possible with the latest and best graphics cards – to mobile very large. This also raises questions about competition.
Will the next Snapdragon chipset capable of being able to ray tracing effects? Together, can it give Android phones Gaming a serious advantage over iOS? Will the silicon A15 Bionic on the iPhone 13 also be able, or even more? Or will Apple go in a different direction, and now the M1 desktop chipset is available on the iPad Pro 2021, get the computing silicone on the cellphone and increase graphic power like that?
There is a lot that we don’t know, and we will wait for Samsung to announce more details this year, because AMD Dr. Su said, closing the announcement that was too short that one of the most up-to-date graphics technology would come soon to a smartphone.