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Samsung SoC with RDNA2 coming soon

Samsung SoC with RDNA2 coming soon

AMD and Samsung should unveil the fruit of their collaboration in the coming days. This new Samsung Exynos SoC with AMD RDNA2 graphics seems to have been postponed for reasons of availability. A first version was to be housed in the new Galaxy S smartphone, also postponed. Samsung SoC RDNA2 The specifications of the Samsung Exynos + RDNA2 SoC have not yet been confirmed, many questions remain, especially on the width of the territory on which this SoC could be declined. Everyone is speculating that this SoC is the beginning of Samsung’s answer to theApple M1. The architecture has already shown its strength with the recent announcement of the Navi 23 GPU, which can go up to 2.9 GHz at 90 W (mobile variant) providing up to 10 TFLOPs of power. However, at least initially, this SoC should only be used in Samsung’s S (and possibly Galaxy Note) smartphones. The possibility of finding this chip on a laptop or a tablet of the brand is however not ruled out. The next place you’ll find RDNA 2 is in the high-performance cell phone market. AMD has partnered with industry leader Samsung to accelerate graphics innovation in the mobile market, and we are pleased to announce that we will bring custom graphics IP to Samsung’s next flagship SoC, with variable-rate ray tracing and shading capabilities. We look forward to Samsung providing more details later this year. – Dr. Lisa Su

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