Most of you have already heard that Samsung postponed the launch of the Exynos 2200 as the flagship chipset was scheduled to be presented today. Since there’s no word on when it will arrive, one of the guides says that the upcoming launch of the Galaxy S22 will only include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which will only complicate matters.
Tipster claims that the Samsung Exynos 2200 will eventually be released, but it won’t be found on the Galaxy S22 series
For the US, Europe, Korea and the Middle East, Dohyun Kim believes Samsung will continue to release the Galaxy S22 series only with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which will lead its bravery. Flip doesn’t think the Exynos 2200 will be in any of the three members of the Galaxy S22 series, but it still believes the flagship SoC will launch later this year. Samsung will likely work with smartphone manufacturers to enable them to use the Exynos 2200, and they will be very unhappy if Samsung can’t deliver.
It’s scary to hear because the Exynos 2200 has shown a lot of promise, with a previous rumor claiming that the integrated AMD RDNA2 GPU will run at a faster speed than the Apple A15 Bionic GPU. With the launch of the Galaxy S22 series, which is said to take place on February 8, it can be safely assumed that Samsung may not be making changes to its high-end chipset fast enough for it to be used in the upcoming family of smartphones and shipped to various markets.
Exynos 2200 finished
(It might be released later, but I’m sure it won’t be in the Galaxy S22 series.)
– Dohyun Kim (@dohyun854) January 11 2022
The end result will be that the Galaxy S22 will become just a matter of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Qualcomm will now have to produce more Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 for use on the various Galaxy S22 models. It was previously reported that SoC mass production is a problem due to Samsung’s low 4nm foundry revenue, so Qualcomm will have no choice but to place any orders from TSMC, provided the company can meet that requirement.
TSMC is already busy, as Apple’s 4nm chip orders are expected to be met. On a previous occasion, Apple had taken precedence due to the sheer number of orders the company could place with TSMC, and we think the same preference will emerge here. Ultimately, fewer Galaxy S22 units can be produced, disrupting Samsung’s high-end smartphone business. But let’s not get over it. We still have a few weeks before the launch of the Galaxy Unpacked 2022 and we’ll see if Samsung can do a miracle.
news source: Dohyun Kim
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