Samsung is already working on its Galaxy S22 series, as observed from previous leaks. The devices from this new flagship series have already cleared various certifications. Today, a benchmark of the phone has been revealed in which more information has been revealed.
This afternoon, the Galaxy S22+ has been spotted on the Geekbench site with a model number SM-S905B. In the Geekbench, the smartphone is powered by the latest Exynos 2200 chipset. Furthermore, it has also revealed the chipset’s specifications.
The chipset features one super core (clocked @2.59GHz), three performance cores (clocked @2.5GHz), and four energy-efficient cores (clocked @1.73GHz). The blogger further said that the super core is Cortex-X2 core, while he didn’t mention other cores. As per our info, the performance cores would be Cortex-A710 cores, while the energy-saving cores are Cortex-A510 cores.
For a long time, it was reported that Samsung would introduce a new flagship chipset in collaboration with AMD (a famous GPU manufacturing company). Finally, this year, the new Exynos 2200 comes with an all-new AMD GPU. From this, we can expect a massive performance improvement.
In the Geekbench, it is observed that the Exynos 2200 has decent scores being a flagship chipset. On single-core, the chipset has scored 1073, while on multi-core, it has scored 3389. It is worth mentioning that the score of actual retail machines would be more than these scores.
For further information, you can check out our previous articles. We have already reported different types of specifications of the Galaxy S22 series. The launch of the Galaxy S22 series is expected in January 2021.