The Samsung Galaxy S22 will be the best gaming phone. Why?
Next year we will start with one of the most important events in the industry. More than anything because the next Samsung Unpacked should take place in January 2022. And this will be the meeting chosen by the Korean manufacturer to present its new series. Galaxy S22.
Given the proximity of the event, we are gradually receiving more Samsung Galaxy S22 information and its different variants. We know the design of the device, some of its characteristics and even the company’s sales forecasts.
Now, a few months after the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S22, we continue to receive information about this device. And this time it was the colleagues at XDA Developers who came up with a very interesting detail related to the upcoming processor from the Seoul-based company.
Samsung Galaxy S22’s GPU will have gaming graphics functions
At the moment we know that all versions of the Samsung Galaxy S22 will be equipped with an Exynos 2200 processor, an SoC composed of a 2.9 GHz ARM Cortex-X2 core, three 2.8 GHz cores, four 2.2 GHz cores and an AMD 1250 MHz GPU.
The processor is also expected to have a GPU signed by AMD. And beware, this GPU guarantees a very notable performance improvement compared to its predecessor, the Mali G78MP14 which was mounted on the Exynos 2100.
It was expected to have more power than the previous model, but the interesting part comes with a post from Samsung on Weibo and where he confirmed that the Exynos 2100 GPU will feature Ray Tracing.
We are talking about a advanced graphics display technology and common in computer graphics. Ray Tracing is able to calculate the position of the light and the area of reflection, so that the pixels are rendered individually, achieving a more realistic effect. This translates into a very noticeable graphical improvement, taking the mobile gaming experience to the next level.
Samsung has also released an image where you can see the difference between an image that has not been processed by ray tracing, and another image with the corresponding rendering to give you an idea of what the result will look like.
The truth is, there are still a few months left for the Samsung Galaxy S22 and its various versions to become a reality, but what we are seeing so far makes them look really good.