Samsung reportedly postpones the launch of Exynos 2200 – Times of India
NEW DELHI: Samsung was expected to launch its latest chipset — Exynos 200 today (January 11). However, now an online report suggests that the company has postponed the launch of the processor.
According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung has pushed the launch of Exynos 2200 for a later date. Last month Samsung teased the launch of the chipset via its Twitter handle. The company is expected to launch the next generation Galaxy S22 series of smartphones, which is said to be powered by Exynos 2200 processor.
Exynos 2200: What we know so far
Leaks and rumours have already highlighted several aspects of the upcoming Exynos chipset. The most important bit is the inclusion of the AMD GPU that’s expected to bring substantial improvements to the graphics performance over previous generations.
Apart from that, the new chip will most likely harness ray-tracing capabilities as well due to the mRDNA graphics processor. Apart from that the chip will have a max clock speed of 1250MHz and will support 144Hz refresh rate, 5G connectivity, the latest version of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Meanwhile, an online report revealed that Samsung may launch the Samsung Galaxy S22 series next month at a Galaxy Unpacked 2022 event. According to a report by Korean publication DDaily, Samsung will unveil the Samsung Galaxy S22 series on February 8.
The report further mentions that the company will start accepting pre-orders for the smartphone from February 9. The tech giant will start shipping the device from February 21 and the smartphones will be available for purchase in stores from February 24, the report claims. An almost similar timeline was shared by SamMobile a few weeks ago.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is rumoured to comprise three smartphones – Samsung Galaxy S22, Samsung Galaxy S22+, and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
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