The Exynos 2200 and its AMD mRDNA GPU trounce Apple's A14 Bionic in initial benchmarks
Samsung is set to deliver an impressive flagship SoC for the Galaxy S22 series next year. The company will equip its next-gen flagship line with the Exynos 2200 and an AMD RDNA2-based GPU. Early benchmarks of the duo have now surfaced, and should put a smile on the faces of fans of the series.
In the Manhattan 3.1 test, the Exynos 2200 registers at 170.7 fps, while the A14 Bionic clocks in at 120 fps. That advantage carries over to the Aztec Normal benchmark, where the Exynos 2200 hits 121.4 fps, versus the A14's 79.9 fps. A similar differential exists in the Aztec High test, with the Exynos 2200 recording 51.5 fps—the A14 Bionic trailing at 30 fps.
Those numbers show a performance differential in the region of 45%, with the advantage going to the Exynos 2200. According to Front Tron, these figures were registered back in June running development beta drivers provided by AMD. As such, they are not to be considered a direct representation of the Exynos 2200's performance when implemented on the Galaxy S22 phones. That said, they provide a decent idea of what to expect, and should give fans some reason for excitement.
A14 reference— Tron ❂ (@FrontTron) August 24, 2021
Manhattan 3.1: 120 fps
Aztec normal: 79.9 fps
Aztec high: 30 fps