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Samsung Exynos 2400 GPU Performance Revealed with 70% faster CPU and an RDNA 3-based Xclipse 940 GPU.

The story of Samsung’s exclusive Exynos processor continues as a result of several leaks and rumors. We have learned that the next Galaxy A50 series member will include an Exynos chipset. And as it appears, the Galaxy S24 series is now adopting the Exynos 2400! In this article, we’ll talk about the new Samsung Exynos 2400, its GPU XClipse 940, rumors, and more.

Samsung Exynos 2400 Rumours:

Currently, Samsung is trying to reduce costs by using its own Samsung Exynos 2400 chipset in the Galaxy S24 series. The single Cortex-X4 core in the new chipset is believed to operate at 3.10GHz and be part of a deca-core architecture with a configuration of 1+2+3+4. The speed of the three Cortex-A720 cores will be 2.6GHz, while the speed of the two Cortex-A720 cores will be 2.9GHz. The four Cortex-A520 cores of the Exynos 2400 will have a maximum clock speed of 1.8GHz. These all have ARMv9 architecture in their cores.

It is well known that AMD, a global leader in semiconductor technology, and Samsung are working together on a GPU. Due to the aforementioned cooperation, the Exynos 2400 will have an Xclipse 940 GPU. We have some knowledge of how well Xclipse 940 performs thanks to tipster Revengus (@Tech_Reve), who conducted benchmarks on Powerboard 4.0. The findings imply that Exynos 2200’s Xclipse 940 outperforms Snapdragon 8 Gen 2’s Adreno 740 in terms of performance on the whole. But the new guy still needs to put in some effort to come up to the latter’s maximum and median performance.

Wrapping Up

Although the Exynos 2400’s GPU might generally outperform the Adreno 740, it doesn’t really matter. It will soon be replaced because the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is currently almost a year old. In other words, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is the genuine rival to the Exynos 2400. And since the Xclipse 940 still hasn’t fully caught up to the older GPU, it’s possible that the new GPU will easily outperform it. Accordingly, if the Samsung Galaxy 24 series does truly include the Exynos 2400, its performance will hardly improve. But ultimately, the chipset is still in the pre-production stage and can benefit from additional optimizations.

Also Read: Samsung launched Exynos 1380 (5nm) chipset for upcoming Galaxy A54

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