Real-time ray tracing on smartphone, Samsung Exynos 2200. preparing

Samsung has decided to steal the spotlight from Apple and Qualcomm over the issue of real-time ray tracing on smartphones. The Exynos 2200 “Pamir” SoC processor seems to be wired to support this technology in a hardware way.

This breakthrough for the next generation of smartphones will be based on a graphics solution codenamed “Voyager”. AMD signed on, it will be based on the RDNA 2 architecture. Samsung has practically confirmed that this solution includes RT accelerators. These are hardware components providing support for calculations around ray tracing.

Real-time ray tracing support for Samsung Exynos SoC processor

Real-time ray tracing support for Samsung Exynos SoC processor

Vishal in its declaration specifies

‚ÄúSuch technology is going to be delivered to the mobile terminal of the smartphone via Samsung Exynos GPU, taking the mobile gaming experience to the next level. “

SoC Exynos 2200 . iGPU at the heart of Voyager

The “Voyager” iGPU present in the Exynos 2200 SoC processor has six RDNA 2 computing units, i.e. 384 stream processors and therefore six RT accelerators. Engraving 4nm, the Exynos 2200 should offer three core types including four high energy efficiency cores, three mid-range cores and one high performance core. All this little world will operate at different levels of performance and consumption.

Samsung is expected to unveil its Exynos 2200 when it announces the next generation of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note.

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