Samsung has announced its next flagship smartphone with SoC, which is expected to be called the Exynos 2200 ahead of the January 11 announcement. In the official Twitter account, the company has shared a teaser video of the future chipset.
The South Korean tech giant also general clip on his official YouTube channel. It should be noted that the teaser does not reveal anything, not even the name of Samsung’s upcoming SoC.
According to report from The Verge, the new chipset will include a GPU based on AMD RDNA 2 graphics architecture, better known for supporting next generation graphics on Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 and AMD RX 6000 graphics cards.
As the successor to the 2021 Exynos 2100, the Exynos 2200 will debut on January 11, 2022.
The Exynos 2100 is reportedly set to run on some of Samsung’s most powerful phones in 2022, including the alleged Samsung Galaxy S22 and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra renders have been spotted on Twitter. Samsung has yet to provide any details on the upcoming series. The latest renders suggest the upcoming smartphone will include an S Pen slot, bringing it closer to the company’s Galaxy Note series.