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Galaxy S22 Exynos 2200 doesn’t appear in some countries


The Exynos 2200 is an extremely powerful performance chip and it has a higher score than the Snapdragon 888 chip. It received a lot of compliments from everyone. However, no matter how good it is, it may not be available in some countries including South Korea – Samsung’s home country. The US is in talks with Samsung to use the Exynos chip for Galaxy S22.

Samsung can compete with Apple with the Exynos 2200 chip. It might be better than Apple’s Silicon A and M. The Exynos 2200 chip has a benchmark of 8134 – an impressive number. It is higher than the Snapdragon 888, Apple A14 Bionic but it can hardly surpass the upcoming Apple A15. Samsung is trying to use this chip in its phones, tablets, and laptops.

According to some information from @FrontTron, devices that use Samsung’s Exynos 2200 will not be widely used by most markets, even Korea. They are all using the Snapdragon chips, specifically the upcoming Snapdragon 898. Only 2 continents using Samsung’s Exynos 2200 chip are Europe and Africa. This issue is sparking some controversy.

To change the policies, negotiations are taking place in the US and also in China Telecom. Both of them have requested to use devices that have Exynos 2200. Currently, no specific results have been given, but the possibility of success is very high.

Fans are expecting a lot from the Exynos chip’s AMD mRDNA graphics technology, but Samsung has cut down on the number of devices with Exynos chips. It seems that Samsung is creating opportunities for Qualcomm and it causes a lot of disappointment for fans.