Last year, Samsung has announced that they’ll be bringing AMD’s graphics technology to their smartphones soon, and finally, Dr. Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, has announced that their RDNA2 GPU is coming to the Exynos Chip later this year.
With this technology, we’ll be seeing features like ray tracing, variable rate shading, and of course, better power efficiency. The RDNA2 architecture from AMD is also used in AMD Radeon RX 6000 Graphics that we can see on the desktops and laptops. This is also the same architecture that was used for PS5 and the Xbox Series S and Series X.
Earlier this year, Samsung has unveiled the Exynos 2100 which is a leap in performance compared to the previous generation as the processor now uses Cortex-X1 cores instead of their Mongoose cores. On our gaming review of the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G with Exynos 2100 inside, we saw a big improvement in performance and gaming.