Exynos 2200 posted a new score on GeekBench today.
The Exynos 2200 scored 1019 points for single core and 3513 points for multi-core, compared to the snapdragon 8 Gen1’s 1228 points for single core and 3306 points for multi-core. Exynos 2200 is better than the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 in multi-core but slightly inferior in single-core.
However, sources said that the results were tested without the Cortex-X2 supercore enabled, which explains the difference in the performance of ArmV9 processors.
Exynos 2200’s performance is 691 points for single core and 3167 points for multi-core. However, it is probably due to engineering and has not been completed yet, so its performance lags behind Snapdragon 8Gen1 and Dimensity 9000.
The Exynos 2200 will feature a 2.59ghz Cortex-X2 supercore, three 2.5ghz Cortex-A78 cores, and four 1.73ghz Cortex-A55 cores.
The GPU uses THE RDNA2 architecture authorized by AMD, and Samsung was very optimistic about the development of this architecture. However, it was recently revealed that due to the high GPU frequency, the mobile phone had a serious impact on heating, so Samsung had to lower the frequency and finally could only stabilize to 1.29ghz. However, the performance did not meet Samsung’s expectations, and there were problems in coordination among various departments. The Exynos 2200 release date cannot be extended, nor is it known when Samsung will be able to officially launch the Exynos 2200.