The Samsung Galaxy S22 and its variants will be the top-of-the-line Samsung line for 2022 and, with its arrival, will also mark the debut of the Exynos 2200, the new processor from Samsung in partnership with AMD.
In recent years, Samsung has opted to launch its high-end Exynos-based smartphones in most global markets, while a Qualcomm-based variant is available in the US, China and South Korea. 2022, this scenario could change.
Samsung Galaxy S22 with Exynos 2200 could reach China and USA
Some sources from South Korea ensure that Samsung is negotiating with Verizon and China Telecom (telecommunications companies in the US and China, respectively), to supply exclusive versions with Exynos 2200 processor in their respective countries.
With the growing interest in Samsung’s new processor, which will benefit from AMD RDNA2 technology, it is natural that some more attentive operators may try to secure what could be a revolutionary processor for the market, as for the first time in several years Samsung will pass outperforming both Qualcomm and Apple in performance (according to the latest rumors).
The sources guarantee that these operators intend to obtain exclusive contracts, and the remaining operators in the US and China will continue to use the version of the Samsung Galaxy S22 with Qualcomm processor. The latest information also reveals that, as in recent years, all European countries will receive the version with the Exynos processor, while India will only be entitled to the version with the Qualcomm processor.
The latest rumors about the Exynos 2200 have pointed to a very considerable performance jump that leaves behind all competition, including Apple, which tends to dominate (especially in the graphics chapter) with its processors. It is certain that, until the official revelation of the processor and the arrival on the market of the Samsung Galaxy S22, the real capacity of the processor will remain an unknown.