Exynos processor with AMD GPU gets benchmarked, reveals better GPU performance than iPhone 12 series

Samsung already confirmed that it has been working with AMD and the next-generation mobile GPU from AMD will be used in the next flagship Exynos processor. AMD recently confirmed that the SoC will feature custom AMD RDNA 2 architecture-based graphics IP that brings raytracing and variable rate shading capabilities to flagship mobile devices. Today, leakster Ice Universe has posted a screenshot of 3DMark Wild Life GPU benchmark that shows the test device powered by the Exynos processor and AMD GPU scoring 8,134 points.

This beats the iPhone 12 series, which has the iPhone 12 mini powered by A14 Bionic 5nm SoC scoring 7668 points. In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy S21 powered by Exnos 2100 with ARM Mali-G78 MP14 GPU scored 5491 points and the Snapdragon 888 version of the phone Adreno 660 GPU scored 5521 points in the same benchmark. A recent leak revealed that the new AMD GPU will over 30% faster performance than the current Mali-G78, but this shows 48% improvements.

Earlier rumours suggest that the Exynos 2200 with AMD GPU will power Samsung’s Windows 10 PC. But the iPad Pro 12.9 (2021) powered by Apple M1 chip scored 17135 points in the same benchmark, placing it way ahead of the competition.

The leakster also mentioned that the device that test has been carried out still uses a CPU based on ARM Cortex-A77 cores, so this is for reference only. The final version might feature Cortex-X2 Prime Core, and Cortex-A710 CPU Performance and Cortex-A510 Power-efficient cores based on ARM v9 architecture.

The Exynos 2200 should also power the Galaxy S22 that will launch early next year.

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