Sunday, May 29, 2022

Samsung Reportedly Working on its new line of Exynos chips 

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Samsung Mobile President TM Roh reportedly stated that the company is working on a “unique” processor for its Galaxy smartphone line. Despite the fact that there is limited information on the executive’s comments, there are a number of unresolved issues about this development.

The Exynos 2200 generated a lot of buzz because of its Xclipse 920 GPU, which was based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture and promised to change things up in the industry. Unfortunately, this was not the case, as TM Roh claimed in a town hall meeting, according to iNews24, that Samsung’s goal is to develop an SoC that is “unique” to the Galaxy family of handsets. The sentence is ambiguous, raising more questions than it answers.

For starters, Samsung’s Mobile President made no mention of whether the future proprietary silicon will keep the Exynos label. Another topic to consider is whether Samsung will continue to use ARM’s high-performance, low-power Cortex cores or resuscitate the Mongoose cores that it abandoned some time ago. Because this chipset is expected to be unlike any other on the market, the aforementioned questions, as well as performance and power-efficiency gains, will help distinguish it.

Samsung now allows users to disable its Games Optimization Service or GOS

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As a response to an employee’s question about how the company’s recent performance throttling scandal will be rectified, TM Roh reportedly stated that Samsung is working on this unique SoC. When enough evidence surfaced that this technology, dubbed Games Optimization Service (GOS), was slowing many applications when enabled on Galaxy S22 handsets, Samsung issued a statement.

Users could later disable GOS via an update to unlock the full capability of the company’s flagships, but this finding had already tarnished the company’s reputation. Samsung is also rumoured to be using an unidentified MediaTek processor in the Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23, but no news on whether that ‘unique’ SoC for Galaxy smartphones will be a collaborative effort between two chipset makers as of now.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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