AMD supports the next generation of Exynos processors with RDNA 2 graphics

During the Computex 2021 events today, AMD announced the support of the next generation of Samsung Exynos processors with a dedicated graphics card based on the RDNA 2 architecture. AMD and Samsung announced during 2019 a partnership for several years, through which Samsung obtains a license for AMD technology in graphics and graphics cards to be used in the next generation of processor chips.

Samsung confirmed earlier its plans to launch processors that include graphics cards based on AMD Radeon architecture during 2021, and the Korean giant also confirmed its plans during the official announcement of the Exynos 2100 processor, as it published a teaser announcing a new version of Exynos processors with AMD technology.

Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, also confirmed during the event today the existing partnership with Samsung to support the next generation of Exynos processors with a dedicated screen card that comes with AMD RDNA 2 architecture, provided that the processors support ray tracing technology, and variable shading rate to support premium versions of smartphones.

The CEO of AMD also indicated that Samsung will provide more details about processors later this year.

It is noteworthy that the leaks that came so far indicated that the next version of Samsung processors comes with the title Exynos 2200 with a graphics card from AMD and that it supports Samsung laptops that feature the Windows 10 operating system.

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