Snapdragon Galaxy S22 Ultra could be a killer but cool gaming phone


Last updated: December 21, 2021 at 13:16 UTC + 00:00

Although Samsung’s flagship smartphones contain high-end hardware, they aren’t particularly revered as game-ready devices. The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 series were both pretty sizzling under gaming loads. However, things could be better with the Galaxy S22 series if one reputable tipster is to be believed.

Ice universe took a ride with the Galaxy S22 Ultra powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and found that it did quite well under sustained load. The game in question was Genshin Impact, one of the most graphically demanding games for mobile devices. Unlike the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which sent an overheating notification after a while, the phone did not appear to heat up thermally.

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1’s initial benchmark scores painted a grim picture of the chipset. Many have blamed it on Samsung’s 4nm node the chip is based on. While thermals could still plague Snapdragon silicon, things aren’t as bad this time around, as some reviews of the Moto Edge X30, the world’s first phone to run the Snapdragon SoC, go into detail.

However, that still leaves us with lingering doubts about which Galaxy S22 variants powered by Exynos 2200. While it ships a possibly superior AMD Radeon GPU, gamers will be keen to see how it performs under stress, especially in titles like Genshin Impact. Ice universe has stated that new information on the Exynos 2200 will emerge later today, so stay tuned for that.

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