Samsung apparently all set to give Exynos chips Qualcomm-rivaling graphics boost
The rumored Exynos 9925 may feature an AMD GPU
Back in 2019, Samsung and AMD entered a multi-year partnership. AMD will license its RDNA graphics architecture to Samsung for use on its phones and if a new leak is to go by, the South Korean giant is ready to replace the Mali GPU with an AMD GPU.
Tipster Ice Universe says that Exynos 9925, a chip that is currently under development, may feature AMD graphics. Specifics were not revealed, but given that a Samsung executive recently confirmed the existence of a 5nm midtier chip, and the Exynos 2100 is around the corner, it doesn't look like the Exynos 9925 will be unveiled anytime soon.
As we all know— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 15, 2020
Now, Samsung is developing Exynos9855 and Exynos9925, the latter may be a processor with AMD GPU pic.twitter.com/LixFZNBNXD
Per leaked benchmark scores that surfaced back in May, an undisclosed, perhaps experimental, AMD-powered Exynos chipset has already left behind Snapdragon 865's Adreno 650 GPU.