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Samsung delays Exynos 2200 launch, denies performance and production issues

12 January 2022 0

Samsung has officially confirmed Exynos 2200 launch delay. The confirmation was given to various South Korean media outlets but it did not specify reasons. The launch was first supposed to happen on January 11th and was even announced by the company through Twitter. However, the event did not take place yesterday which led to different speculations.

The reports coming out from Korea claim that Samsung is now planning to unveil Exynos 2200 at the same event as Galaxy S22 series. This is different from the usually followed schedule where there is a gap of about a month between the flagship processor and smartphone announcements. Although the exact reasons are unknown, Samsung has assured that the delay has nothing to do with performance or production issues.

The official statement reads, “We are planning to unveil the new application processor at the time of launching a new Samsung smartphone. There are no problems with the AP’s production and performance.”

It is important to note that Samsung has not mentioned Galaxy S22 or next-gen flagship as such in the device. It has simply mentioned the "launch of a new Samsung smartphone" which is undoubtedly vague. But considering that we are closer to the launch of a new Galaxy S-series flagship, it is safe to assume it is the phone that the company is referring to.

If we talk about Exynos 2200, it will be the next-gen flagship processor that will succeed Exynos 2100. Samsung has collaborated with AMD for developing its GPU and is claimed to deliver ray-tracing support. It is expected to give better competition to Qualcomm's newest Snap 8 Gen 1 as compared to previous Exynos offerings.



Samsung delays Exynos 2200 launch, denies performance and production issues
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