Samsung is preparing to launch its next flagship smartphone line. In February 2022, the Galaxy S22 series is expected to be unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event. Samsung has yet to announce the official launch date for the upcoming Galaxy flagship. However, rumors suggest that the device will be released on February 8 in international markets. Samsung, as it does every year, is expected to release the Galaxy S-series flagship soon after the global launch. While some of the device’s key details have already leaked, a new leak suggests that Samsung may make a significant change to the India variant of the Galaxy S22 series.
The performance unit for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series
In India, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC may be found in Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series. Exynos processors have been used in the company’s most recent flagships. In the current Galaxy S-series flagship, the S21 series, Samsung’s Exynos 2100 SoC is used. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC will be used in the India flagship variant of Samsung’s upcoming smartphone series, according to Tron.
The newly released SoC is said to boost performance and efficiency significantly. It has a 1+3+4 cluster and is based on a 4nm process. Samsung and AMD are also working together to improve the graphics performance of the Exynos 2200 SoC. However, no official announcement about the upcoming Exynos chip has been made by Samsung. Samsung will host a virtual event for the Exynos 2200 SoC launch a few days before the Galaxy Unpacked event, as it does every year.
Samsung is expected to rely on Qualcomm for the majority of its product offerings in 2022, according to reports. Qualcomm is expected to release more than 60 devices next year, with Snapdragon powering nearly half of them, according to reports. One of the reasons is expected to be the ongoing chip shortage. On the internet, there are currently no benchmark test results for the Galaxy S22 series with the Snapdragon flagship chip.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra, on the other hand, was discovered on Geekbench with an Exynos 2200 processor. In Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core tests, the device received 691 and 3167 points, respectively, trailing Apple’s A15 Bionic chip, which received 1732 and 4685 points. On the other hand, the Snapdragon variant might be able to compete with Apple’s iPhone SoC.
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