Just recently, Samsung has officially introduced the latest Exynos 2100 chipset which is the company’s first mobile processor with integrated 5G and based on 5nm EUV process technology. It uses ARM Mali-G78 to enhance graphics performance by up to 40%.
At the virtual launch conference of Samsung’s Exynos 2100, the company has officially announced that it is cooperating with AMD to deliver “next-generation mobile GPU” that will be launched “in the next flagship product.”
As per the info, the next Exynos flagship processor may be shipped with next year’s high-end smartphones. By then, we will be able to see how Samsung and AMD are cooperating with GPUs.
CEO of AMD, Lisa Su once stated that “AMD Radeon graphics processing technology has grown significantly in the computer, game console, cloud, and other markets. After reaching strategic cooperation with Samsung, it is expected to accelerate the pace of innovation in mobile GPUs and expand high-performance Radeon graphics processing.”
Previous reports also suggest that Samsung and AMD co-developing GPUs for a long time. Back in 2019, Samsung and AMD announced a multi-year strategic partnership. As part of the partnership, Samsung will get AMD graphics and IP authorization to strengthen the innovation of smartphones, advanced graphics technology, and solutions.