Rumor has it that this is a pair of NASA's deep space probes, this is a Star Trek series, and an oil tanker used by the RAF - and now "Voyager" is supposed to be the RDNA2 graphic name expected in the AMD + Samsung SoC collaboration accordingly. To the information published from the regular mobile Ice Universe.
Samsung has been using AMD Graphics IP in its next-generation flagship mobile processors since AMD CEO Lisa Su re-introduced it during the company's keynote speech at Computex 2020. That's no longer in the news. We're not sure how much AMD was involved in the GPU design, so far a promising performance image has leaked. Global ice leaks have fueled further speculation about the upcoming Exynos product, claiming that it was based on Samsung's 4LPP casting process (4 nm plus extra low energy). There will be further advances in FinFET technology, rather than universal gate transistors, to be introduced through the company's 3nm process.
In particular, Samsung recently moved to its 4nm process as a separate family of 5nm/7nm nodes. After demonstrating 5LPE on the Exynos 2100 and Snapdragon 888 (only the 7nm TSMC-compatible node comes two years later), a largely tolerable improvement is very interesting for such changes.
Exynos 2200 (or "Pamir," according to a leak) is likely to be Qualcomm's next-generation flagship Snapdragon 895 — at least after newly refined versions of its current chips, at least — according to Samsung's schedule, which will launch 4LPP in 2022
Both should have Arm Cortex X2 processor cores, and RDNA2 "Voyager" graphics will keep pace with the next generation of Adreno GPUs, but little is known about the Snapdragon prototype. Not yet published. Previous leaks suggest that the Snapdragon 895 can also be made with a 4nm process, possibly 4LPP, allowing equal conditions for comparing two SoCs without both sides having the node advantage. Win the best design!
Samsung Exynos 2200 SoC may bring Radeon "Voyager" graphics to mobile