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Exynos 2200 (with AMD GPU) could be an M1 competitor by coming to laptops, too

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  • A brand new report suggests we may see Samsung’s subsequent flagship chipset — possible the Exynos 2200 — launch in laptops this yr.
  • This new chip could be Samsung’s first with an AMD GPU.
  • It’s possible Samsung desires to place the chip as a competitor to Apple’s M1 through the use of it throughout a number of traces.

Earlier this yr, Samsung confirmed that we’d see the fruit of its partnership with AMD sooner or later in 2021. This Exynos-branded processor would, theoretically, be Samsung’s strongest but. AMD’s graphics processing would possible be superior to ARM’s Mali.

Now, in response to a report from The Korea Economic Daily, Samsung may very well be planning to launch this new processor in a laptop computer. Because it’s all however sure the chipset — possible branded because the Exynos 2200 — would land in smartphones and tablets, this rumor suggests Samsung may very well be gunning for Apple’s M1 technique of getting one chip for every thing.

Associated: Samsung Exynos processor information: Every part you have to know

The report contends that Samsung may very well be planning to launch a Home windows-powered laptop computer within the second half of this yr. This laptop computer would have the Exynos 2200 inside, which might make it an ARM-based system. This wouldn’t be the primary time Samsung’s launched an ARM-based laptop computer — the Galaxy E-book S has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8Cx inside. Nevertheless, this might be the primary time Samsung would use the identical chip to energy a laptop computer and its smartphones.

Nevertheless, we don’t anticipate to see a Samsung telephone launch this yr with the Exynos 2200 onboard. It’s attainable the corporate may use the Samsung Galaxy S22 launch for that. This ARM-powered laptop computer, although, may assist give us an thought of what we’d have the ability to anticipate for future telephones powered by the chip.

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