In June 2020, Samsung joined hands with AMD to license the latter’s RDNA graphics structure. The deal would permit Samsung to pair its Exynos processors with AMD GPUs as an alternative of Mali graphics engines. Samsung was tipped to debut this new chipset with the launch of the subsequent Galaxy Z Fold system. However, it was only a rumor. It was later revealed that Samsung was aiming to energy its laptop computer with the in-house chip, paired with AMD GPU. It is alleged that the chipset was initially scheduled to be launched this month, however the launch has now been postponed.
According to a tipster who goes by the title Ice Universe on Twitter, Samsung-AMD GPU was scheduled to go official in June. However, it gained’t be releasing this month as the launch has been postponed to July. We will know the AMD GPU on Exynos and different particulars subsequent month. The tipster wrote, “Exclusive：Samsung×AMD GPU was originally scheduled to be released in June, but now it has been postponed to July when we will know the performance of AMD GPU on Exynos and other details.”
Exclusive：Samsung×AMD GPU was initially scheduled to be launched in June, however now it has been postponed to July, once we will know the efficiency of AMD GPU on Exynos and different particulars. pic.twitter.com/GM6W8l3EKY
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 20, 2021
At Computex 2021, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su introduced in her keynote that the Samsung Exynos processor would come with RDNA2 graphics, which is a brand-new GPU coming to cellular units for the first time. It will embody options equivalent to ray tracing and variable-rate shading, which is able to permit it to supply increased constancy graphics and improved energy effectivity.
“AMD is partnering with Samsung on its next-generation Exynos SoC, which will feature custom AMD RDNA 2 architecture-based graphics IP that brings ray tracing and variable rate shading capabilities to flagship mobile devices,” AMD famous its Computex press release.