Samsung and AMD are working hard to bring RDNA 2 graphics technology to mobile phones, including features like variable rate shaders and radiation tracing. If the initial parameters are indicative, the CPU aspect of the equation is unlikely to matter.
The Exynos 2200 SoC is supposed to be the most exciting chipset to come out of Samsung's lab in recent years, but that won't be because of the CPU performance. The star of the show will likely be AMD's stake in the chipset - the mysterious Voyager mRDNA graphics engine. The S22+ is called SM-S906B. The open source AMD drivers installed on the GPU appear to be known as the "Samsung Voyager EVT1". The test scores, as well as 3,389 points in the multi-core test. This is roughly equivalent to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 mobile platform, which can score more than 1,100 points in the single-core test and about 3,400 points in the multi-core execution.
True, the results may be affected by a lack of driver optimization, as the Galaxy S22 series is not expected until early next year. Meanwhile, the Exynos 2200's CPU configuration appears to be the same as the three clusters used in the Exynos 2100, albeit with newer ARM cores at lower speeds.
There is an Arm Cortex-X2 "ultra" 2.59 GHz core, three Cortex-A710 cores at 2.5 GHz, and four effective Cortex-A510 cores at 1.73 GHz. These hours probably aren't final, so Samsung will likely make more use of the chipset before it begins mass production.
The mRDNA graphics engine has a different story, and early benchmarks show that the phone outperforms the current benchmark. - GPU finished plus 50% more performance compared to GPU on Apple's A14 Bionic chipset. Fortunately, there will be Exynos chipsets with AMD graphics for future Galaxy A series phones.
Revealed benchmarks show that Samsung Exynos 2200 SoC is unaffected by CPU performance