Samsung recently teased the Exynos fans that ‘everything changes’ on November 19, 2021, with a new-generation gaming chipset. According to the Samsung Exynos Instagram account, the teaser includes the following message:
Gaming has come a long way. What we used to deem ‘immersive’, relied on a slew of external factors, like the surrounding environment. But the advancements of semiconductors have changed that – learn how, when we move to our new home on Nov. 19th. Stay tuned.
As per the statement, Samsung is expected to release a next-generation Exynos chipset that will focus on mobile gaming. There are some people who believe Samsung will announce the Exynos 2200 chipset with an AMD RDNA-2-based GPU rather than the ARM Mali GPU segment this launch.
There is no doubt that the AMD-powered GPU will definitely open up new possibilities for the Exynos chipset to be improved in several ways. In contrast, popular leaker @UniverseIce disagrees with the idea.
According to the leakster, the Exynos 2200 chipset may not be available within the next week. In all likelihood, Samsung’s new hashtag #EverythingChanges could be nothing more than a rebranding of its Exynos social media channels.
There is also another instance where the same hashtag has been used already by the Samsung Semiconductor Twitter handle with the following bio:
Everything has changed. Welcome to the new integrated account for all things #SamsungSemiconductor, featuring #Memory, #Exynos, #ISOCELL, and #Foundry.
Right now, it’s pretty common to think about what is going to happen on Nov 19, 2021. Samsung might just decide to rebrand its social media channels by dropping the Exynos brand or combining something else. We should also mention that Samsung has announced its first LPDDR5X DRAM that could be 1.3 times faster than the LPDDR5 RAM. Unfortunately, we will not know more about it for another week.