According to a report from Korea, early testing shows that AMD’s custom RDNA 2 graphics processor for Samsung’s next Exynos chipset shows up to 30% faster performance than the current Mali-G78 found in the Galaxy S21 Ultra with Exynos 2100.
If we take into account that the next generation Mali-G710 promises a 20% increase in performance, the RDNA 2-powered Exynos chip would still offer better performance by approx. 10%.
However, the report shares that the AMD-developed graphics processor has a bump problem and is struggling to maintain its clock speed for a long time. The second test run experienced a 20% drop in performance and the third by 30%.
During its Computex event, the AMD CEO announced that it is bringing its RDNA 2 architecture to a future Exynos chipset and will support beam tracking and variable speed shadow.
We expect this chipset to be the Exynos 2200, which can power everything from smartphones to laptops.