Samsung is among those rare smartphone makers that also makes their own chipsets and the South Korean giant has now started focusing on further development of its processors to make them compete with the the high-end offerings from its rivals.
This year, the company is expected to launch three new Exynos chipsets in the market which includes a mid-range 800-series chip, a high-end 1200-series and a flagship 2200-series. Two of them, 1200-series and 2200-series chips are expected to feature GPUs based on AMD’s RDNA architecture.
There are also reports that the South Korean giant is working on two different versions of the Exynos 2200 chipset — one for the Android smartphones and another for the laptops. Both are expected to share similar architecture but tuned for different form factors.
The Exynos 2200 version being developed for laptops will be used to power the Windows 10 laptops and could go official in the third or fourth quarter of this year. So far, Samsung has been relying on Qualcomm chipsets for laptops running Windows on ARM system.
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