It’s nearly been a year since Samsung and AMD entered into a partnership, with the latter promising to provide the prowess of its current RDNA graphics architecture to the former’s future chipsets. While a physical manifestation of such a chipset still sits over the horizon, evidence of its existence seems to have made its way online.
Specifically, the existence AMD GPU-powered Samsung chipset comes in the form of benchmarks performance numbers. Conducted and obtained through a GFXBench test. Further, the SoC was benched alongside Qualcomm’s current Adreno 650 GPU that resides within its Snapdragon 865 SoC.
According to the report, the Samsung SoC with the AMD GPU outperforms its Qualcomm rival by a significant margin, with the source of the story even going so far as to say it “blows the Qualcomm Adreno 650 out of the water”. Statistically, we’re looking at a performance difference of 25% between the two GPUs.
It should come as no surprise that at the time of writing, there’s no word as to when the new Samsung chipset with AMD’s GPU technology will officially hit the market. That said, there is speculation that the Korean electronics giant’s upcoming Exynos 1000 series is a prime candidate for the new GPU. Which in turn means that we could be seeing the AMD GPU as early as next year.