Samsung is well-known for its phones, but the company makes other electronics and components as well. In fact, the company owns the Exynos chipset line. However, this chipset is not as popular as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips and MediaTek’s chips. One could even say that it cannot be compared to Huawei‘s Kirin chips.
However, new information shows that things are about to change. Recently, there have been leaks about Samsung’s new Exynos 1000 processor. The chip uses RDNA GPU technology, replacing the existing Mali GPU. Samsung authorized RDNA GPU technology in June 2019.
The running score of the Exynos 1000 is very good because of the RDNA GPU. The chip scored 181.8fps in Manhattan 3.1. This is almost 1.5 times the 123fps score of the Snapdragon 865’s Adreno 650 GPU. In the Aztec ruins (Normal) test with higher performance requirements, the Exynos 1000 reached 138.25fps. This is almost 2.5 times what is obtained in the Snapdragon 865’s 53fps. Finally, in the Aztec ruins (High) test, the Exynos 1000 attained 58fps, almost 3 times the Snapdragon 865’s 20fps.
The Exynos 1000 will be built on a 5nm process. It is expected to be released at the end of this year or early next year. This means that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 that will be released in the second half of 2020 may not use it. We may likely see the Exynos 1000 chipset in the new-generation Galaxy S series flagship next year.