The partnership between AMD and Samsung to bring RDNA 2 graphics to mobile isn't a real product yet, but the first wave of phones using the new graphics engine could arrive early next year. You read that right - Samsung may import RDNA 2 graphics to phones other than Galaxy S and Galaxy Z, but also to A-series phones.
Both AMD and Samsung have confirmed that they are working on bringing RDNA 2 graphics technology to high-end smartphones, and if all goes well, Samsung will finish designing the Exynos 2200 SoC. You might be able to see it on real hardware early next year. AMD's obscure GPU is codenamed "Voyager," indicating that the company believes it is slowly but surely reaching its highest level in the enterprise chart. Undoubtedly, this device will become a device like the Galaxy S series and foldable from the Galaxy Z family, and AMD says that this new chip will be presented with the ability to change shade and ray tracing ability, so we are having fun.
This means that some phones, such as the Galaxy A73 and Galaxy A53, have Voyager The GPU with four compute units can increase up to about 1 GHz, while the flagship phones have a GPU with six compute units at 1.3 GHz. Low-end A-series phones are expected to be configured with only two compute units, which should still be faster than Adreno and Mali GPUs on devices in this range.
What areas are not finished by looking at phones with the mRDNA graphics engine, but there are some hints that people in Europe and South America can afford the Exynos 2200, while most Asian countries, including In that South Korea, it will most likely only have access to Samsung phones equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 mobile platform. on whether the companies have made progress in these negotiations.
Exynos chips with AMD RDNA 2 graphics can also be used in A-class phones.