The RDNA2 high-performance GPU will also make its way into the mobile market, not as a notebook in the broad sense, but as a mobile phone in the narrow sense.
AMD has licensed graphics IP to Samsung to help it develop advanced technologies such as ray tracing and variable frame rate rendering.
The picture showed a Samsung Exynos 5G SoC chip, which Mr So said Samsung would announce details by the end of the year.
It looks like Samsung's new flagship phone processor, based on AMD's RDNA2 GPU technology, will be released before the end of the year and could become a serious rival to the Snapdragon 895 and be used in future models like the Galaxy S22.
The chip, which is expected to be called the Exynso 2200, will be used not only in mobile phones but also in Samsung's ARM Win10 laptops. It is reported that the Exynos 2200 has a 25% better CPU performance than the Exynos 2100, a 150% better GPU performance, and even a doubling of the graphics performance compared to the Apple A14.