In terms of processor, the Exynos 2400 was highly expected to be released. The firm has officially introduced their newest high-end chipset, the Exynos 2400, for 2024, delivering several upgrades over the Exynos 2200. The new chip was announced during the company’s System LSI Tech Day event in San Jose, California, USA. Just like all of the firm’s recent semiconductor technologies and products, the Exynos 2400 also relies substantially on AI and generative AI.
The Exynos 2400 chipset is expected to power up the upcoming flagship Galaxy S24 series, which may most likely be introduced in the first half of next year.
How well does Exynos 2400 perform in terms of performance?
The Exynos 2400, according to Samsung, boasts 70% quicker CPU speed and 14.7 times more AI processing capacity than the Exynos 2200. In terms of GPUs, the new chip also has the Xclipse 940 GPU, which is based on AMD’s newest GPU architecture, RDNA3, and a recent leak indicated that the GPU contains six WGP (workgroup processors).
The Exynos 2400 CPU makes use of the Xclipse 940 graphics processing unit, which is part of Advanced Micro Devices’ newest chip design, codenamed RDNA 3. With the processor’s much expanded ray tracing capacity, the business hopes to create a more realistic and immersive gaming experience by using a variety of optical effects such as global lighting, reflection, and shadow rendering.
Other revelations from the event:
Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT)-ready next-generation 5G modem; a new vision sensor brand, the ISOCELL Vizion; and a Smart Health processor were also introduced during the event. The firm included a video demo of NB-IoT NTN satellite communication in partnership with Skylo Technologies, utilizing Samsung’s next-gen modem to demonstrate its competence in cellular and connection technologies. The Exynos Auto V920, Samsung’s newest car CPU expected for general production in 2025, was seen running many applications across several screens.
Meanwhile, a video showcasing the ISOCELL Auto 1H1 image sensor showcased its 120Hz HDR and improved LED flicker mitigation (LFM) performance, which ensures safer driving. A live demonstration of wireless lighting management with Exynos Connect U100, the company’s ultra-wideband (UWB) technology, was also given. Samsung’s Zoom Anywhere technology, based on its 200-million-pixel image sensor, was also unveiled for the first time. This sensor advancement will offer a whole new camera zoom experience, allowing mobile users to capture up to 4x close-ups of moving objects without sacrificing image quality.
Other than these, the firm also introduced:
- 200 MP ultra-high-resolution image sensor
- The ISOCELL HP2
- an advanced driver assistance (ADAS) and autonomous driving (AD) camera solution
- ISOCELL Auto 1H1
- wireless-charging power management IC (PMIC)
- Quantum-dot (QD) OLED display driver IC (DDI)
- IoT security solutions
Yong-In Park, President and Head of System LSI Business at Samsung Electronics, added, “Generative AI has quickly emerged as perhaps the most significant trend of the year, demanding more powerful foundational technologies to process data and bring AI to life. We are paving the path toward a new era of proactive AI, leveraging our Samsung System LSI Humanoid platform, which seamlessly converges our capabilities across a broad spectrum of logic semiconductors, from powerful computational IPs and connectivity solutions to sensors emulating the main five human senses.”
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