The performance difference between Samsung and its predecessor of the Exynos 2200, which was introduced to users last month, has been revealed.
Samsung showcased the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Tab S8 at its Galaxy Unpacked event yesterday, and is keeping a low-minded with its own production Exynos 2200 chipset. Finally, the performance difference between the processor and its predecessor was revealed. Here are the details…
Exynos 2200 did not meet expectations on paper
Samsung, as it is known, usually launches its flagship models with Exynos and Qualcomm processors that vary by market. In fact, the company is periodically becoming the focal point of reactions, claiming that there are performance differences between the two processors. To date, our country’s share has always been powered by exynos processor models.
But with the Galaxy S22 models introduced yesterday, this has changed drastically. The series will be available to users in our country with models powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. The Exynos 2200, which has been debuting in recent weeks and has undergone a rather painful promotional process, failed to live up to expectations on paper.
The Exynos 2200, which was recently compared to Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in the Geekbench database and has done well, is only 5 percent faster on the CPU side than its predecessor Exynos 2100, Wccftech reported. Generally, if we consider that the performance difference between a newly released processor and the old one is in the range of 15 to 20 percent, these results are not very encouraging.
In addition, the actual performance difference between the two processors occurs on the GPU (graphics unit) and NPU side. That’s because the Exynos 2200’s AMD RDNA 2 architecture GPU is 17 percent faster than its predecessor. The processor’s NPU is 115 percent faster than before.