Samsung Galaxy A53, A73, others tipped to feature Exynos chipset with AMD mRDNA GPU
Samsung's Galaxy A series has seen big improvements over the past year, with phones in the series playing a key role in Samsung retaining its market share despite Galaxy S-series dwindling sales. Going by new information, Samsung will equip its next generation of Galaxy A series phones with even better hardware.
According to tipster Front Tron, the next-gen Galaxy A-series devices will feature a new Exynos chipset with AMD's mRDNA GPU. We expect the devices in question to include the Galaxy A53 and A73 at the very least, with phones like the A43 also having a shout.
The source claims that the Exynos chipset in question will be identical to the Exynos 2200 that will debut on the Galaxy S22 series. The implementation on the Galaxy A-series will be different, howwever, with the phones to get a variant with lower clock speeds, fewer graphical cores, and a native Cortex-A78 architecture. Even within the Galaxy A-series, there will be differences in performance. Lower-end offerings like the A23, A33 are tipped to get a version with two graphical cores, while more premium models like the A73 are expected to get a version with four cores.
New Exynos with AMD mRDNA will be equipped in the next year Galaxy A series.— Tron ❂ (@FrontTron) September 5, 2021
However, there will be differences.
The mid-range chips will be a 2CU config, and the flagship chips will be a 4CU config.
Clock is around 1Ghz in testing.