Samsung Galaxy S22 AMD GPU teased on Twitter

By Digit NewsDesk | Published 04 Jan 2022 18:01 IST
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Samsung Galaxy S22 AMD GPU teased on Twitter

Samsung Galaxy S22 with the RDNA 2 based AMD GPU is on the horizon. The Korean smartphone maker officially teased the smartphone via their official Twitter handle. Samsung will officially reveal the AMD GPU-powered Samsung Galaxy S22 on January 11, 2022. 

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Samsung Galaxy S22 AMD GPU And Design Render Details

The Samsung Galaxy S22 will likely launch in two variants - one powered by the flagship Snapdragon chip and the other powered by an Exynos chip. Only the latest Exynos 2200 features the new AMD GPU while Snapdragon’s flagship chip does not. Based on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture, the Samsung Galaxy S22 is set to bring a new revolution for mobile graphics.

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The Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy S22 series smartphones will only launch in select regions meanwhile the rest of the world will get the Snapdragon-powered model.

The top of the line Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra features an S-Pen alongside a neatly designed camera array which now looks indistinguishable from the rear panel. Samsung has clearly taken design inspiration from the likes of the A52 and A72 series of smartphones. The smartphone features a 6.8-inch, 120Hz display.

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Moving on to the Samsung S22 and S22 Plus and they appear more inline, design-wise, with last year’s model featuring a camera array. The main difference between the two of them could be in terms of size and the type of construction material used. However, this time around the camera array looks and feels thinner than last year’s model. Official specs of the smartphones are not yet available but expect an improvement in battery life, camera, and performance compared to last year’s models. 

Also Read: Samsung Exynos chip powered by RDNA 2 launching on January 11

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