We have new performance tests of the future Samsung Exynos SoC with AMD Radeon graphics under the RDNA architecture, the successor to the recently announced Exynos 2100 top-of-the-range SoC, which if all goes as it should, would be announced in society later this year or early 2022.
What is most important to know about this SoC is its graphics performance , since all SoCs usually offer CPU performance practically traced when using ARM’s reference designs, and the interesting thing about it is that in the GFXBench benchmark , three tests were seen performance that reveal the early performance of these charts.
In the Manhattan 3 test, the GPU reached a score of 181.8 FPS compared to the 146.1 FPS achieved by the Apple A14 Bionic used in the iPhone 12. In the Aztec Normal benchmark, while the Exynos reaches 138.25 FPS , the SoC of Apple stays at 79.8 FPS, finishing with Aztec High with a performance of 58 FPS compared to the 30.5 FPS of the Apple SoC, so we can see performance improvements ranging from 24% in the worst case , to practically double performance .
If we take into account that we will be facing an engineering sample , then we only have to think that this performance will be higher in the future.